Friday, January 16, 2015

MatchaDNA Handheld wireless Milk Frother #Review #MatchaDNAmilkfrother


Creates Creamy Milk Foam in Seconds



The mission of Matcha DNA is very clear; to give its drinkers a sense of wellbeing, healthful living, and longevity. Money doesn’t grow on trees and it is important to know that when you are paying for something, that you are getting the most benefits possible from it. Matcha DNA delivers, inspires, delights, and allows you to experience the ancient tradition of tea. Matcha was considered a royal drink in China, a drink befitting the emperor, and was a coveted secret of the Imperial house for many years.

The Matcha DNA Milk Frother quickly turns your milk or cream into a smooth frothy foam in seconds. It makes it both fun and easy to create fluffy and aerated milk based drinks. What a fun way to impress your guests.

Just insert frother whisk into the glass of hot or cold milk; hold the frother at a slight angle; turn it on and move it up and down. You will notice right away how lightweight and compact the frother is.  It works like a charm.  Oma loves that there are no power cords to get in the way.

Bonus: this product comes with a 100% Satisfaction & 60 Day Money Back Guarantee!



 MatchaDNA Handheld wireless Milk Frother


Product Description





  • Handheld, Battery Operated Milk Frother
  • Creates delicate foam for homemade lattes, cappuccinos, hot chocolates, and more!
  • Stainless steel shaft and whip. ABS Plastic Body
  • Easy to Operate and Clean. use warm soapy water and rinse.
  • Powered by 2 AA batteries (not included)
  • 100% Satisfaction & 60 Day Money Back Guarantee!






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