Author: John Fay
Date Posted:6 November 2013
Here is a short video describing the coffee milk thermometer for testing the temperature of milk when you’re making coffees and then also the range of milk frothing jugs. These are also good for water jugs or juice jugs when you’re serving up dishes—gravy jugs, even. They’re stainles, they’re 18/10 stainless steel.
Now there’s three sizes—there’s the 600 mL, a one L, and 1.5 L. You can see how they’re made here. They’re a quality stainless steel, polished on the outside. They’ve got a machine finish on the inside as you can see there. That’s what they look like. They’ve got the easy pouring spout, which pours everything out nice and neatly—you can see how that’s made. Underneath, you can see it’s stainless steel and this is how the handles are on—spot welded there.
Now the coffee milk thermometer is this. It comes with a probe, like so. I’m going to take it out of the package and show you what it’s about. So this is the package that they do come in. So that’s it, it there. You can see on the top there, it’s go the temperature from 0 to 100 degrees. Then optimal range there in the 60 to 75 range—you know your temperatures better than the probe. Then a clip that can slide up and down, like so. Then you clip it on the side of your jug—like this—and see how it sits in? And it sits down inside there so that reaches right down at the bottom of that one.
That’s the 1 L. The 600 mL fits quite nicely, so that’s sitting in the bottom there. See how it sits up? And then the 1.5, it sits down not quite to the bottom, but it sits far enough down to read your milk, so it’s about an inch off the bottom there in the 1.5 L. They come packaged in a box like so, each of them.
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