Bartender making a latte with milk froth in a white cup
The Nespresso Frother Hack For Hot Milk With Less Foam
If you use a Nespresso milk frother but don’t want a lot of froth in your warm milk, you can decrease the amount that’s created by removing the frothing spring from the whisk.
After removing the spring, attach it to the inside of the lid. Place the springless mixer back into the center of the machine and hit the start button.
You’ll be able to control the amount of foam that ends up in your cup. It might not seem like a big deal, but it's what differentiates a latte from a cappuccino.
The extra step takes just seconds, but it opens up many possibilities for you and infinitely expands the styles of espresso drinks that you can make at home.