It's milk fresh from British farms that's smooth, rich and creamy with a touch of extra protein so you can make really frothy coffee at home. Its subtle caramelly taste comes from steam heating the natural sugars and proteins found in milk. Perfect coffee shop coffees at home. Good Stuff.
Suitable for the microwave
Product life guaranteed for 3 weeks.
|Typical Values||Per 100ml|
|Energy||253kJ / 60kcal|
|-of which saturates||1.7g|
|-of which sugars||4.5g|
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (15)
Good froth but the taste is the best bit
I liked the froth, but the best bit was the taste. I don't bother with the frother very often, so wasn't sure if I'd get through the whole carton, but when I tasted it in my coffee I was hooked. I now don't have to heat my milk to get that very slight sweetness to take away the bitterness of the coffee. It's like having a coffee shop coffee at home.
Useful...but a smaller carton would be nice
I received a free voucher in exchange for a review. I am an avid coffee drinker but generally I used an oat based barista drink for my hob made coffee. That said, I do use my coffee machine to make my morning cortado with cows milk....and this alternative worked very well indeed. However I would really prefer a 500ml carton as ( and not surprisingly the milk didn't work well with tea ) I found myself with more of this type of milk than I really needed.
I got this product free from Ocado in exchange for a review. It does froth nicely, but I can get regular milk to froth nearly as well in my frother, so don't think this provides reasonable value for money for the amount of drinks it makes.
Received this free in exchange for a review. Frothed up incredibly well in my milk frother which was nice. Would I pay the extra over normal milk? Only if I was having friends over maybe!
I'm reviewing this product because I got a free coupon from Ocado. It was easy to get frothy, and I was pleasantly surprised it doesn't have the bad taste of other longer life milks
free coupon review
Im reviewing this product because I got a free coupon from Ocado. We actually couldn't taste any difference for what we use milk for (cereal, in drinks, cooking etc) in comparison to cravendale.