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Everything you need to know about these great latte art pitchers.
FlowTip Jug Maintenance
If you are getting burned or scalded milk on the bottom of the FlowTip jug, then you are heating the milk too fast. Due to the small size of the pot and the speed at which it can heat up, it is important to always heat up the milk on the lowest setting which should only take about 2 minutes to warm up to 55-65°C. Avoid heating up a second batch of milk without cleaning in-between as that will be more prone to burning. Finally, immediately rinse or soak in water after use to make it easier to c
FlowTip Jug with induction or gas stovetops
FlowTip Milk Jug compatibility Our FlowTip jugs are compatible with all stovetops but there are a few things to note: Induction The FlowTip jug is compatible with induction stoves but many models need to detect a minimum pot size in order to turn on. The FlowTip jug has a bottom diameter of 83mm (3.25") and may not be detected by all models. In the event that it is not directly compatible, then an induction diffuser may be used. Gas The Flowtip jug is compatible with gas sto