Up Your Coffee Game with the Ambiano Handheld Frother and Frothing Pitcher

Last Updated on July 5, 2023

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Just about everyone is looking for ways to save money these days, and that might mean fewer trips to Starbucks or the local coffee shop. If you’re making your own coffee at home more often, you might be interested in adding some fancier touches, maybe with a special coffee maker or even an espresso machine, or even something as simple as a flavored creamer. There are all kinds of ways to make coffee at home look and taste a little more like what you’d get at the coffee shop.

Aldi rotates all kinds of coffee-making machines and accessories onto the shelves in its middle aisle, and I’ve seen everything from coffee pod organizers to single serve machines to iced coffee makers and even retro coffee makers.

One of the latest coffee gadgets to show up in the weekly Aldi ad is a handheld milk frother, and it’s sold alongside a frothing pitcher, which you must purchase separately.

A milk frother aerates milk, adding tiny bubbles that give it more volume and a foamy consistency. Frothed milk is great with coffee, espresso, cappuccino, machiattos, mochastea lattes, and even hot chocolate. The milk helps to balance out coffee’s naturally bitter flavor.

Aldi previously sold a larger countertop milk frother in the spring of 2022, which received mixed reviews from Aldi Reviewer readers, some of whom said the machine stopped working after a while.

Now, Aldi is selling a handheld frother, and we’re curious to know if it’s better than the other Aldi milk frother.

What We Know:

Ambiano Handheld Frother or Frothing Pitcher

Handheld frothers.

The Ambiano Handheld Frother and the Ambiano Frothing Pitcher (Product Code: 707751) each cost $7.99 at the time of publication.

At the time of writing, handheld frothers with decent reviews on Amazon start at around $9 and go up into the teens, with a few topping out at more than $20. The Aldi handheld frother is cheaper than most frothers I found on Amazon, but not necessarily by a lot. The same goes for frothing pitchers, where on Amazon they start around $11 and go up from there.

Ambiano Handheld Frother or Frothing Pitcher

Frothing pitcher.

These are Aldi Finds, so they’re in stores for just a short time. Each store will receive one shipment, and once they sell out, they’re gone until Aldi decides to bring them back, if ever. Aldi doesn’t offer online ordering for products that are not in stock at your local store.

Ambiano is not a company. Instead, it’s the private label Aldi uses for assorted kitchen products such as juice extractors, coffee makers, single-serve espresso machines, waffle makers, and more.

Here’s more information on the frothers and frothing pitchers, according to Aldi:

  • Frothers available in Pale Aqua, Black, or White
  • Features include quick-touch button, stainless steel stand, and double whisk design
  • Stainless steel frothing pitcher has 12-oz. capacity
  • Features drip-less spout; heat-resistant stainless steel
  • Dishwasher safe

What We Don’t Know:

We haven’t tried the Ambiano Handheld Frother or Ambiano Frothing Pitcher, so we don’t know how well they work or how durable they are. Our purpose in writing open threads is to create a space where readers can talk about Aldi products.

Have you purchased the Ambiano Handheld Frother or Frothing Pitcher? Tell us your thoughts about them in the comments.

About Rachael

Rachael is the Co-founder of Aldi Reviewer. When she isn't busy shopping at Aldi, she enjoys cooking, gardening, writing gothic romance, and collecting more houseplants than she probably should. You can learn more about her at rachaelsjohnston.com.


  1. Pitcher is fairly standard, good quality, and has measuring markings on the inside. Similar ones online seem to be $8-9. Frother works great. Seems like a copy of the ‘Aerolatte’ one that goes for $10-20, except the Aldi version has a double whisk. The battery compartment was unclear, but you have to put the batteries in opposite directions. The stand is handy (and doesn’t take up much space) and cleanup is a breeze, just rinse off the whisk part with hot water.

    Question: I’m using the Aldi brand oat milk, and it doesn’t seem to hold up the frothed milk that well. I’m a new-ish barista, and I’m treating it basically the same as I do steamed milk, but the froth collapses almost immediately after tapping and swirling the frothed oat milk. I saw claims that the Aerolatte keeps the froth for quite a long time. Am I not supposed to tap frothed milk? Or is the Aldi oat milk just not as good as e.g. Oatly’s barista blend?

  2. The instructions for the milk frother on/off function seem to imply that the button stays on when you press it. Wondering if I have a faulty unit as I have to firmly hold down the button for it to stay on. I contacted the 866 sales support number but they were clueless.

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