A comfortable pour with an engineered flow of milk.
The ergonomic and heat resistant handle allows you to use the jug directly on a stove to warm up your milk. You won’t need a steam wand or separate pot for heating the milk at home. This makes the FlowTip Jug the perfect companion for our NanoFoamer.
All day comfort at the cafe. This ergonomic heat resistant handle makes the long hours of working with hot steamed milk a little easier on the hands.
The smooth neck ensures a very even flow of milk during the pour. This gets the latte art started just right.
The tangent edges of the spout gives the milk all the room it needs for dreamy ripples as it flows unobstructed from side to side.
Sharp, only at the very tip. This means you can created very fine details at the end of your pattern without compromising your ripples earlier on.
Capacity – 450ml / 15oz
Ergonomic Handle – The only latte art milk jug on the market with a comfortable moulded handle. Suitable for many grip styles and comfortable all day long.
Heat Resistant Handle – The heat resistant handle gives comfort to the barista working with hot jugs all day long but also make this jug uniquely suitable for use on stoves for heating milk.
304 Stainless Steel – Durable, easy to clean, FDA and EU Regulations approved. The black version is teflon coated on the outside.
Stovetop Compatible – The heat resistant handle makes this jug uniquely suited for use on a stovetop. Compatible with all stovetop types. (Note: An induction diffuser may be needed if the stove type cannot detect small pots. A diffuser plate may be needed for stability on some gas stoves.)
Smooth Neck – The smooth neck creates a superior even flow of milk when pouring. This is helps get the latte art flowing nicely on top of the crema and makes learning latte art much easier.
Tangent Spout – The spout edges are tangent to the walls of the jug. This allows for wide elegant ripples when the jug is wiggled side to side.
Sharp Tip – Only the very end of the tip is sharp, allowing nice fine details when pouring slowly at the end of a pattern without disturbing the flow of ripples in the early stages of the pour.