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Plant-based milk is nothing new. Look around and you’ll see many. Look more closely, and you’ll discover that some of them are better than others. You’ll see ingredients you don’t recognise, additives you can’t pronounce and gums you need to Google. It’s usually cheaper and easier to add that kind of stuff, but it’s just not our vibe. With our oat m*lk, you won’t need a Master’s Degree in Chemistry to understand what you’re putting in your body.
Our rich, creamy m*lk is great for adding to your cereal, perfect for blending with superfoods in smoothies and amazing for dunking your chocolate chip cookies into. My favourite is to foam it up for silky flat-whites in the morning or for fluffy hot chocolates in the evening.
WYPI=WYGO & WTFAQ
"What you put in is what you get out" is something my Dad always told me growing up. Another fatherly nugget was "Always do your best."
This wisdom is reflected in our approach to making our drinks. The best way we can. In fact, we're so thrilled with the result, we've listed the ingredients on the front of this pack, all proud-like.
Why Italy? Well, Italy is the birthplace of espresso after all and world-famous for its crazy amazing food culture and agricultural heritage. It is in this wonderful epicurean land that we found a great partner to help us make the m*lk of our dreams using scrumptious local oats and ingredients.
Here's a little run-down of each ingredient and why it's in the m*lk you're drinking:
It's O-A-T milk, right? So we tried to pack in as much as possible at 16%. A whopping 60% more than the famous Swedes. That means a richer, creamier mouthfeel and a denser foam for your latte. Oh, and something very important for us, and in case you were wondering, there is NO glyphosate residue in our oats :)
Cold-pressed Sunflower Oil
We use only a drop of unrefined, cold-pressed sunflower oil as a natural emulsifier. It keeps the water and oats blended together to help us achieve such a smooth, creamy texture.
Just a pinch to balance out the natural sweetness of the oats.