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TASSIMO Cappuccino Foaming Milk Creamer

Top off your favorite coffee treat with TASSIMO Cappuccino Foaming Milk Creamer. Made from real milk and ideal for creating picture-perfect lattes, cappuccinos and more, it delivers a rich and frothy finish that won't disappoint.
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  • TASSIMO Cappuccino Foaming Milk Creamer
  • TASSIMO Cappuccino Foaming Milk Creamer
  • TASSIMO Cappuccino Foaming Milk Creamer
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  • This package includes 8 Cappuccino Milk Creamer T DISCS
  • Espresso, hot chocolate, and coffee T DISCS are sold separately
  • These T DISCS brew 8 fl oz of foamed milk; use an 11 fl oz mug when adding espresso
How to Make It
  1. To foam the milk creamer, place your favorite (11 fl oz) mug on the cup stand.
  2. Shake the Foaming Milk Creamer T DISC and insert it into the brewer. When the green Auto light comes on, press the button.
  3. After a moment of brewing, the orange Stand-by light will display. Remove your mug and enjoy hot milk, or to make a cappuccino, replace the Creamer T DISC with the Espresso T DISC. When the green Auto light comes on, press the button again.
  4. The espresso brews through the creamer, then your cappuccino is ready.
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Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 114 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Love my morning creamer! Makes my coffee taste great in the mornings. I look forward to my Tassimo coffee and creamer! September 9, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Adds nice milky flavor to coffee Improves taste of coffee. Wish price would come down & would prefer more than cappuccino & latte choices. September 4, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Real foamy cream This mades a hot, foamy cream for your coffee. Taste delicious. Just like they use at expensive coffee shops. I don't know of any other product on the market that compares with this. August 29, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Creamer This creamer is good, especially when making a cappuccino. It could be a little creamier, but overall, good. August 7, 2014
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Could you please tell me the difference between your two milk products/creamers ? Is the Cappuccino Foaming Milk Creamer a "richer" cream product than the Latte Creamer ?
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I like the Jacobs Macchiatto Latte, but it's a little weaker, to me, than any of the cappuccino drinks.. The difference between latte and cappuccino is the latte has more cream, which makes a latte a larger drink and a weaker drink.
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I think the Latte creamer is richer than the Cappaccino. I seem to get more creamer with the Latte.
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The only difference between the two creamers is that the foaming gives your coffee a frothing foam topping.
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Several customers are asking for this . My husband bought me a machine for Christmas as a special treat so that I could have costa latte coffee at home but I do not like sugar in drinks therefore I cannot drink the drinks . I have used the machine and cannot take it back but it is a complete waiste of money for me . This is really disappointing !
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All milk or cream has sugar naturally-even fat free milk. but it is usually only 2 or 3 grams of sugar. I think the mochas need to be available in sugar free or skinny versions as there are 25 grams of sugar in almost all of them. I have made that request to Tassimo and hope someone was listening.
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You can still use the machine to brew espresso, crema, or coffees without sugar, and then just add your own cream or milk product. It's not as fun as having the milk frothed in the Tassimo, though. You might like the cremas or Voluptuoso coffee, since these brew with a layer of foam on top, without milk! Yum! Sometimes I use a mixer to froth up heavy cream or half&half. I really wish they would offer sugar free versions of the milks and iced teas and hot chocolates, either unsweetened, or with a non-calorie sweetener like Truvia or Splenda! Or maybe a refillable cream/milk container with the barcode to froth it! How about it, Tassimo?
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Thank you for asking, and sharing your suggestion with us. I will pass along your suggestion for more sugar free drinks for consideration. Have a nice day!
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Why does the Cappu Milk not foaming now?

Hi, I own Bosch Tassimo machine which is well maintained. I descale it regularly. I purchased 10 packets of Cuppuccino from the Tassimo site.

I have found that the milk disks are hardly foaming! Certainly I just have a white coffee after 10mnutes. The machine is working fine with other disks.

Have you changed your supplier? I have had a tassimo machine for years, but if this now what Cappiccinos are going to be like, I will have to end what has been a good run with Tassimo.
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Unless the creamers in the UK are different from those sold here in the US, you must have received a bad batch. I've never had a creamer disc not foam.
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The Cappuccino Milk Creamer should be foaming. Please contact one of our Tassimo Customer Service Representatives at 1-877-834-7271 for assistance with troubleshooting your brewer. We ask when calling, that you have your brewer available.
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How do I read the experation date on the discs ?
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Sometimes the dates are hard to read on the top of the T discs but the expiration date is always on the package(not the boxes). I believe the one code is a batch number. The date usually is year first, then month and then day.
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The best by date for Tassimo products is listed on the outside packaging and not on the individual T DISCs. The code on the T DISCs indicates manufacturing information. If you need to determine the expiration date using the manufacturing information, please contact customer service at 1-877-834-7271 or send an e-mail with the code and product name to customer_service@tassimous.com.
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after brewing is water in T disc normal
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Because it comes out by WATER PRESSURE and it didn't have enough water pressure to take the last drops out, and its water because the water took the milk while it was going trough the T-disk.
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Please contact one of our Tassimo Customer Service Representatives at 1-877-834-7271 for assistance with troubleshooting your brewer. We ask when calling, that you have your brewer available.
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