So had this as a substitute and while it is ok it
So had this as a substitute and while it is ok it is higher in sugar than the arla product and uses reconstituted lactose free milk, so a milk powder, which it doesn’t say on the website but it does on the carton-please correct that Tesco.There is a slight aftertaste in hot drinks but was fine on cereal. All in all probably won’t change from the usual brand.
Great milk, difficult to open
The milk is great but please alter the opening, as others have said. It is not easy to open.
Nice milk, terrible carton design.
The milk itself is fine - but the opening mechanism is terrible. The stupid plastic ring pull thing hurts the skin on your finger, and is really difficult to pull out if you have arthritic fingers! Please change this to an easier mechanism.
I am lactose free, love this milk but I have to ha
I am lactose free, love this milk but I have to have help to get the inner plastic bit out! Is there anyway this could be addressed please. Thank you. Lynda Macey.
Great taste - bad ring pull
Nobody noticed the difference when we switched to this cheaper alternative to the Arla version but DITCH THE RING PULL!!! My daughter can’t help herself to cereal in the morning if the carton is not already opened and she’s 12.
Delivered as a substitute for Arla lactose free. Accepted it as I thought it would be similar. It's awful. My husband has lactose free for his cereal (he is lactose intolerant). He threw his cereal away with this milk on it. I'm a milk lover and not usually fussy, but the only use I could find for this besides tipping it down the sink. was boiled into a sauce. Would not accept this again.
Please change the packaging
Taste good but I struggle to open it due to the lump of plastic you have to pull out so have to buy a different make.
Leaves a funny aftertaste in tea
This is an okay milk. If you fancy saving 20p and don't plan on using it for tea or coffee then by all means get it. In cereal it's fine, couldn't notice the taste, but in tea? There's this funky aftertaste that just doesn't make it an enjoyable drink for me. Honestly, I'd suffer through regular milk over this, at least that tastes alright. Didn't smell off, so I imagine it's the result of whatever they did to make it lactose-free. Sugar probably helps mask the taste too, which will have been why it was fine in cereal, but in a plain, sugarless cup of tea it's naked and it's not a pretty sight. I think I'll stick to Arla.
Milk fine, pull ring completely unnecessary
The milk itself is a fine alternative to the leading brand (although it is only 20p cheaper?) but the pull ring on the inside of the cap is ridiculous! Not only is it yet another unnecessary use of plastic but it’s so difficult to pull that you either hurt yourself trying to do it or it pings open and the milk flies everywhere! I don’t know of any other lactose free milk that has this including the leading brand so that proves it’s pointlessness.
Difficult ring pull
My wife is lactose intolerant and loves this milk but has great difficulty removing the inner cap. Is this absolutely necessary, I wonder??