Sicilian almonds are drenched in sun and drenched in rain. That's why they're so delicious, and so sustainable.
If you grow almonds somewhere dry *cough* California *cough*, it hurts the flavour and the planet. We add a dab of salt, some rice for sweetness and...
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OrganicSuitable for vegetarians
|Typical Values||per 100ml|
|Energy||236kJ / 56kcal|
|of which saturates||0.3g|
|of which sugars||4.7g|
Ratings and reviews
Customer reviews (149)
No carageenan or added B vitamins
And that's a good thing! I react badly to carrageenan and gums that are present in other milks, and have a problem with synthetic B vitamins, so this is my saving grace milk substitute. It's tasty and has a sweetness without any sugar added. It's true that there is a lot of rice as well as almond in the ingredients but I'm ok with that as it's better for the environment.
I was sent this as substitute for almond oat drink. Doesnt taste bad but quite thin.
Disgraceful misrepresentation. This should be called Rice Drink. Tell you suppliers that you will withdraw unless properly described.
rice not almond and so sweet
It has more rice than almond, so not sure how they get away with calling it almond. I got it as a substitute to Alpro and its truly not what I expected. Its very thin, its very, very sweet and essentially its not almond
Perfect for porridge!
I love this stuff, perfect for my porridge, and no added nasties :)
Tasty, sweet \- but it\x27s mostly RICE milk
I like the taste, but it's sweeter in taste (and much higher in sugars, and has - IMHO - a "worse" nutritional profile) than conventional almond milk. Almond milk is usually water, c. 7-8% almonds, perhaps salt and maybe stabilizers). Whereas this is rice milk, with a little (1%) almond. I've bought it on several occasions and been wrong footed by that (thinking it was almond milk, rather than "rice and almond"). To me, it tastes like rice milk too - delicious, but I stopped drinking that given the sweetness and, particularly, the nutritional profile.