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How to choose the perfect milk frothing pitcher for Latte Art?


Pouring an elegant tulip across a latte is a beautiful addition to your morning coffee and a benchmark achievement for budding baristas. But without the proper equipment, you’ll be seriously lacking in your latte art.

The best milk frothing pitchers are specifically crafted to make frothing milk, create great micro-foam, and pour latte art as easy as possible. Here we let you know the key points for a perfect Milk Pitcher, so you can easily decide which is the best for you.

Pitcher Considerations

Shape and Size:

Creating thick, smooth micro-foam takes patience and a delicate hand. Without it, no latte would be correct. There isn’t a chance of making high quality latte art without first having great foam. With that in mind, being able to froth milk is the number one reason to use a pitcher, so any pitcher you buy should enable you to do exactly that.

The shape and size both play a role in a milk pitcher’s frothing capabilities. Some pitchers use a straight-sided build, while others rely on a bell-shaped bottom.

You can find pitchers with extra features that claim to further aid you in frothing milk for latte art, something we will see later.


A pitcher’s usefulness in making rosettas, tulips, hearts and more relies greatly on its spout. You can find some models without a spout, making it difficult to draw any latte art at all. Because of that, we won’t consider any spout-less pitchers.

The depth, sharpness, and width of a spout all change aspects of how they pour. You can pour more foam in a short amount of time, or you can focus on having very detailed art with a slow and sharp pour.

Overall Build

Beyond the specific features of a pitcher, its overall build makes a difference in its worth. Most are made with stainless steel, which is very important. But how thick is the steel?

Too thin and it may start to break down quickly, and you won’t be able to knock out bubbles very well. Also, is the handle welded on adequately? Because a spotty welding job will mean buying a new pitcher sooner rather than later.


Having a stylish pitcher shouldn’t be the highest priority if you are looking for good latte art. But if you can get a classy pitcher that still does an excellent job frothing milk, or one that matches your espresso machine, why not opt for that one? Most pitchers have a stainless steel finish, but you can find some with matte covers and nice colors.

Now do you have your idea about the Milk Pitchers?

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