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Aeroccino 3 (Milk frother) NESSPRESSO (Black) by Aeroccino 3
18 of 21 people found the following review helpful
First of all let me say that I love love love my Nespresso machine and my Aeroccino. Great-tasting coffee quickly and easily. Having hot, frothy milk is a luxury and the fact that this one uses fresh milk makes it so much nicer than some other brands that use dried milk in pods.
It is really difficult to clean. The interior has a coating that looks like non-stick, so one would imagine a little hot soapy water would do the trick. Not so. I got my Aeroccino in November and it now has two patches of burnt-on milk that will not shift no matter what. I can get the worst of it off with hot soapy water and a fingernail, but there is still a growing patch of dark residue that… Read more
2.0 out of 5 stars Let's see...., 8 Jan 2013
These look amazing in the photographs. I ordered my usual size 5 using the size converter provided. As they were being shipped from Germany I knew they would take a while to arrive. The day after I placed the order I had a personal email from the vendor thanking me for my purchase and saying he hoped I would like the clogs. Great service. So far so good.

Took delivery of the clogs today and I am gutted. The left clog is brown with a few white flecks. The right clog is white with a few brown flecks. Now, I know that cowhide is a natural material and some irregularities will occur. However, to have a pair of shoes that are almost in negative to each other is ridiculous. They could… Read more
Dark Matter by Michelle Paver
Dark Matter by Michelle Paver
Atmospheric and chilling, this novel managed to take me back to my childhood fears of a malevolent anonymous threat intent on doing me harm. To be fair, I am new to the "Ghost Story" genre, so it doesn't take much to unnerve me, but this book had it in spades. The isolation; constant darkness; dogs whimpering and the sort of windows that faces look in at (to coin a phrase from Withnail & I). It summed up my own night terrors of an unseen monster - the kind of fears that kept me frozen to my bed, too afraid to turn on a light in case I saw what I was already convinced was there waiting for me.
Really very good.