Finest indeed,streets and houses ahead of similar products elsewhere..very creamy and rich.
i am having to check dates on delivery goods
my daughter loves the milk but seem to have problem getting a good date on it, once day out, one day on day today two days have accepted this time because she sometimes ask for for it knowing its my delivery day will have to go into shop tomorrow and get another good dated one
Be cautious when trying out
I wanted nice-tasting milk but not butter floating in my mug and stuck in my sink... also it goes bad immediately after 3 days of opening.
This is the best milk. I love the thick cream at the top. It is unhomogenised which is why it has the thick cream. If you don’t like the thick cream don’t buy unhomogenised.
Lots of stilly reviews moaning about the thick cre
Lots of stilly reviews moaning about the thick cream at the top?! Thats was this milk is all about. Delicious stuff - use it to make a rich ice cream and use the leftover milk in a rice pudding or even cereal. Yes you get a few globs of cream - so what? Its unhomogenised Jersey dairy milk!!
Delicious, full flavoured milk
Beautiful, creamy well textured milk. Ignore the people on here complaining as they obviously don't understand what real milk is like. It's not cheapo watery milk that lasts 2 months in the fridge This is high end stuff, it's delicious and a cut above the rest. Back in the 80's nearly all milk delivered by the milkman was like this, un-messed with, no homogenisation and full of taste.
what's gone wrong with this milk please?
Something has gone very wrong with this milk. I think it seems like quality control and standards have been lost somewhere, and if this is the case highly probable that animal welfare has also, which is not very helpful in this situation. The reason why I think this is because I tried to make paneer out of this. It's supposed to be milk or very very creamy milk. Some of it wouldn't pour out of the bottle about 1/8th of it was stuck in the bottle. It was thick, and would not move out of the bottle. When I tried to make paneer it smelt very bad. It looked very strange as well. Not like paneer but some kind of lumpy thing appearing as paneer. Some of the curd would not curdle at all. It remained in the whey The whey smelt a bit strange also, and it looked not transparent. Slightly oily opaque slightly yellow colour. Whey looks opaque because all of the cheese has curdled out. They whey is a pale lemon colour. I have made paneer several times so I know what it all looks like normally. I am sorry I had to actually throw the paneer away into the compost heap. 3 lemons also used up for nothing at all. Quality control and standards have been lost somewhere, never mind animal welfare.
Creamy and taste amazing 😉
Creamy and taste amazing 😉
Lovely milk if it's not been out of the cold chain
I used to buy this as my milk of choice before I gave up dairy altogether as an experiment about four years ago. The milk was always of excellent quality if it had a long expiry date, and tasted far nicer than the cheaper homogenised whole milks that were on the market at the time. Bought a couple of bottles last night for the first time in ages - with a very respectable eight days away expiry date - but when I opened them I found that the cream, rather than being a liquid floating at the top which could be easily redistributed by shaking up, was in the form of great thick solid lumps of yellow fat - which no amount of shaking would break up and redistribute. This fat was more like lumps of butter than any normal cream, and simply melted as nasty yellow globules which floated on the top of any hot drinks that the milk was used in. The milk never used to be like this when I last purchased it, and I suspect that the batch which I bought last night had not been kept properly chilled at all points along the distribution chain. I often see cages of goods simply standing in the middle of the aisles of my local Tesco Extra store - awaiting restocking onto the shelves, but with no members of staff available to work them - and I suspect that this is what had happened to my milk. A fine product if properly looked after, but very prone to spoilage if not. Check carefully before purchase.