Stainless Steel Accessories

A range of barista essentials, including our Core Cocoa Shaker (now available in white) and our stainless steel coffee pod cage. Our accessories have been designed to make your coffee ritual just that little bit easier.

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Milk Pitchers

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Discover the Barista Pro Pitcher, and learn to become the Master of Milk with a free Latte Art Course with every purchase.
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Core All Grind Plus

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Frequently Asked Questions about our Stainless Steel Accessories

Over the years, we've worked with baristas and coffee lovers to develop our range of core coffee accessories that you need in your collection. Our stainless steel coffee accessories are designed to make your morning ritual just that little bit easier. Discover the range above, or check out the FAQs if you need some help deciding.

When you buy your first home espresso machine, there are a few recommended accessories that may or may not come with your machine. First and foremost, you'll need a small milk pitcher in order to froth your milk for lattes, flat whites and cappuccinos. Other things you'll need are cleaning powders and milk cleaning liquid. You may also want to invest in a tamp matt, this is designed to reduce the impact that tamping your portafilter has on your worksurface.

Most of our coffee accessories are made from high grade stainless steel and can be put in the dishwasher. Please refer to the individual product FAQ for more information.

Yes, all our coffee accessories have been designed with the help of professional baristas. We've done this to ensure quality and practicality.

Choosing the right size milk pitcher is often difficult as a beginner because you're breaking into the world of latte art. We'd recommend starting with a small milk jug (between 400ml-420ml) as this will help you reduce milk waste and have better control over your pour. If you often make two coffees at a time, look out for 600ml-650ml milk pitchers.