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    BIG Milk heater/frother using propane stove

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    Hi all.

    Once a year I go to a motorcycle rally - camping, drinking, talking crap, etc. You know the type of thing. And Id like to make nice coffee there - but theres no electricity. I do have a gas stove, and Ive just bought a Presso, so Ive got the espresso side of things covered, but Id like to make decent caps and lattes too. Ive got a small stovetop espresso machine with a milk frother, but its small, and would have to be re-filled and re-heated after 2 or 3 uses.

    What Id like is a BIG stovetop boiler with milk wand. Does anybody make one?

    Gonzo

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    Re: BIG Milk heater/frother using propane stove

    Is that the Thunder Rally your talking about Gonzo?

    What is your small stovetop? I have a Bellman and it seems quite big. If you were only doing milk I think that you would have a lot of steam from one of those for a few drinks.

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    Re: BIG Milk heater/frother using propane stove

    No, the Alpine rally.

    Standard camping stove with gas bottle.

    What is the volume of the Bellman? 1/2 litre? Ive never seen one in the flesh.

    Gonzo

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    Re: BIG Milk heater/frother using propane stove

    Oh, that is a big rally, alright!

    I will get back to you soon on the volume of the Bellman. If no one beats me to it first! (sorry, long day at work and now must hit the sack before an early start in the morning!) :)



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