One of my favourite YouTube Pandora videographers is Emily at Fashionstoryteller. She creates the most beautiful style videos and has a wonderful collection of Pandora charms, bracelets, and other jewelry which she shares in such a creative and professional way. When I first happened upon her channel I was amazed at the work she puts into her videos, from the gorgeous way she films to the final editing and production. It's like watching an actual Pandora promotional release!
I have been so inspired by this fellow Pandora fan and it is largely thanks to her that my passion for the charms has been renewed. I have learned so much from Emily about the way to go about designing a bracelet as well as how to properly size, care for, and wear Pandora jewelry. If you enjoy Pandora bracelets and haven't already become addicted to Emily's videos, definitely check out her channel to discover a great source of inspiration!
Another passion included in the fashionstoryteller videos is TEA! Emily always has an interesting cup of tea on the go while she films and she recently shared how she makes her tea lattés at home. The secret is the Milk Café by Breville, a stand-alone home milk frother machine. While this small appliance is a pricier choice when it comes to frothing milk, the reviews are consistently excellent and it tops many of the lists I read while researching frothers. Emily swears by the Milk Café and if you also enjoy lattés and cappuccinos daily, it might just be a worthwhile purchase.
The Breville machine uses induction heating to gently and evenly heat the milk to the selected temperature. Having a variable temperature dial allows you to choose how hot you want your drink and the option of a latté frothing disc or a cappuccino disc gives you the pick of a smooth and silky milk or a thick and creamy froth. There is a cold stir setting, as well as a removable measuring cup in the lid for adding chocolate, syrups or flavouring while the milk froths. The large 3-cup capacity stainless steel jug has various level markings inside and is dishwasher safe.
The Milk Café really does work perfectly to deliver a hot, frothy milk for at-home beverage creations. My first cup was a delicious London Fog (Earl Grey tea, vanilla, and creamy, foamy milk) and it was so fun to make. I am tweaking my recipes to perfect them and am enjoying playing barista for my family. Chai tea latté anyone?
Here is Fashionstoryteller's video tutorial for tea lattés at home...