October 11, 2005

Cocomotion Hot Chocolate & Milk Maker

I love it when hot milk and hot coffee come together. I love it even more when it could be as easy as the Mr. Coffee Cocomotion Hot Chocolate Maker. I picked up this very cool suggestion from Leah in the Single Serve Coffee forums:

"I admit it: I like milk in my coffee. Perhaps some of you do as well? The only quibble I had with my Senseo when I acquired it was that the coffee cooled to almost room temperature once I added milk. What to do? No microwave. On one of my periodic recon missions to Bed, Bath & Beyond to check out the new gadgets, I noticed one that seemed perfect. Mr. Coffee produces an odd, seemingly silly machine - the Cocomotion. Its avowed purpose is to make make hot chocolate: add mix and milk, whir, and presto, hot chocolate. It was around twenty bucks, after using the BB&B coupon. It has now given me over eight months of devoted service. My coffee has nice, hot, frothy milk. Yum. It is not up to coffee bar frothed milk standards for lattes and the like, but it is pretty good and quite fast."

The Cocomotion sounds perfect for Senseo, Home Cafe, Keurig, and other Single Serve Coffee drinkers who don't have a milk frother for their machine. A special thanks to Leah for finding this great coffee gadget.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at October 11, 2005 8:10 AM

Recent Comments

We use the Froth Au Lait frother for this same purpose -- makes great hot milk and produces a very sturdy froth. It also make a great, frothy hot chocolate. It's more expensive ($40 @ Amazon), but we've used our for a year now and love it.


Posted by: Tivolo at October 11, 2005 7:02 PM

Try www.walmart.com for this product as well. Last time I looked (over the weekend), their price was a shade under $20 with a free shipping to your nearest Walmart store, or you can choose traditional shipping to your door.


Posted by: Maxine Aaronson at October 11, 2005 3:36 PM
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