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Thread: Harvey Norman's Magical Milk Jug

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    Harvey Norman's Magical Milk Jug

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    hi all, just checking out this amazing Smeg milk jug sold by Harvey Norman - they have their best baristas write up the advert obviously.....

    You do not need to worry about your coffee extractions anymore - this amazing milk jug will add what you need to the cup …….
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    Quote Originally Posted by rroodd View Post
    hi all, just checking out this amazing Smeg milk jug sold by Harvey Norman - they have their best baristas write up the advert obviously.....

    You do not need to worry about your coffee extractions anymore - this amazing milk jug will add what you need to the cup …….
    Good pick up rroodd.

    Wonder who wrote that little gem? probably Gerry himself.



    "The Smeg 350ml Coffee Milk Frothing Jug lets you conveniently make smooth crema for giving your cafe latte, cappuccino, or espresso macchiato a rich, silky taste. With a stainless-steel body and a sleek, coated finish, it exudes timeless appeal to complement your kitchen’s aesthetic.


    Key Features

    • The Smeg 350ml Coffee Milk Frothing Jug has a specially-designed spout, so you can smoothly pour the crema over your cup of coffee.
    • With a 350ml capacity, this Sunbeam milk jug can easily make a large volume of crema at the same time.
    • This 350ml frothing jug is suitable for use with the ECF01 Smeg Coffee Machine (sold separately)."
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    Personally, I prefer my crema rising from the bottom of a coffee cup, somewhat of a darker colour, and not pouring out of a jug and stark white.

    But hey, that's just me.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Yelta View Post

    • you can smoothly pour the crema over your cup of coffee.
    • this Sunbeam milk jug can easily make a large volume of crema at the same time.
    Hilarious!
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    Oh Smeg it, copy paste fail. Some quality copywriting there.

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    Don't know how the jug steals it from the espresso extraction but by golly I wanna pour some smooth crema!

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    At least they haven't called it a pitcher
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    Hasn't anyone noticed they called it a Sunbeam...
    "this Sunbeam milk jug can easily make a large volume of crema at the same time."

    Oops.

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    Behmor Brazen - $249 - Free Freight
    FWIW some call the foam on milk cream-a, depending on which country you are from

    But to me it reads like someone who cut & paste poorly from a sunbeam add
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