organic lovely creamy taste pure and simple
Pure organic, simple and delicious. Similar to i would say taste of skimmed dairy milk. You dont get that obvious creamy cow fat taste but better for health. 40p cheaper than Alpro. Organic soy is non GMO genetically modified I like it, its got a decent taste works well for making a cup of tea. its not got sugar which is better, then i can add brown sugar or a honey if when i need too. This works good in cereal and also i tried it with oats to make porridge worked really well very tasty, a dash of it in the oats and water before cooking. Works delicious to for soy iced coffee, i use espresso starbucks beans 2 tablespoons coffee, per half box of soy milk , grind beans, bialetti, add honey or sugar, let cool. i pop this tesco soy box in freezer until its very cold, add the coffee espresso shot and its ready to drink. I use glass jarsfor my iced coffee. Does NOT work good for hot cocoa, not sure why. Didnt taste good. So glad tesco has organic unsweetened soy milk now. Im asthmatic and dairy milk triggers more mucous, which isnt good for asthmatics. So soy switch now i can have things again that need a milk. Stopped the dairy milk and no more mucous. Dairy milk also has puss cells, so many million puss cells allowed per litre. Soy doesnt have puss. I prefer purity in what im eating and drinking this does the job.
Excellent soya milk
Really love this soya milk! Great in coffee and on cereal, no overpowering soya taste.
Nice flavour, organic, good value
I get this milk a lot, the soya flavour isn`t too powerful in my cup of tea, and its organic and good value
This product froths reaaally well, compared to bar
This product froths reaaally well, compared to barista style oat milk, or other soya milks. However it doesn’t mix well with hot coffee? Although didn’t notice til I looked down. Not tried it with tea yet. But perfect in an iced latte.
Simple and Effective Curdling Remedy
I really like like this soya milk and, yes, we can deliberate over what does flavourings mean, but it's great value for money especially compared to the branded versions. Being organic it doesn't require fortification with synthetic vitamins and tons of calcium, which can be very deleterious. As for curdling, they all do apart from the expensive "Barista" varieties and they have oil added. A remedy I've found effective is to use pure powdered Xantham Gum. That's tolerable for most people up to 15g per day, but you only need half a gram per litre of milk. Just pour about 200ml out into a glass and sprinkle the Xantham Gum powder on top and leave it to hydrate. Then blend it for a few moments and after it's settled add back to the carton and give it a good shake. Use more if necessary, but it really helps to emulsify it
This has always been my favourite soya drink, and would have gained 5 stars, it doesn't have a strong flavour and mixes well with tea. Or it did, the last few weeks the milk has curdled in tea. It always did in coffee, but not tea - has the format changed in some way.?
Best organic soya milk for a quid
This is a very good soya milk. It froths brilliantly for cappuccinos and has a good nutrient profile. The price is great too especially when compared to the equivalent Alpro product.
This is not Organic in the true sense of that statement. Its in fact Organic FLAVOURED Soya Milk. Containing only 6% Organic soya.
One of the better ones
I've sampled lots of unsweetened soya milks and this one is one of the best. Recommend