Sticking to Oatly
I usually have Oatly barista milk but decided to give this a go. It's much sweeter and watery in consistency. It foams much more as well but not in the good way. I'll be sticking to oatly.
Taste OK. Check calcium.
Taste acceptable in coffee and didn't curdle. Tastes just a bit oily, but I usually gave semiskimmed milk. Beware low calcium if you are substituting for cow's milk. Nothing on package but Apro website says only 20g per 100ml. Most non dairy have 120g to approximate to cow's milk so I definitely won't be buying again.
Weird foam texture, foams too much, tastes good.
Foams up and overflows the pitcher before the milk gets hot. Said foam feels and, surprisingly, sounds like bath foam. It's got that bath foam poppy crackle sound. Maybe that's your thing idk. The flavour is nice.
Could not get a good foam
Looks watery but tastes surprisingly creamy. Though the coffee tasted good, the foam was weak and bubbly. Standard cashew or soya milk give a much better result. I tried it with a steam arm and with a beater (hot and cold milk) and had the same results. I might use it again as the coffee does taste better with this milk.
Not as good as Oatly
Had to get this when couldn’t get Oatly Barista...not nearly as creamy and curdled in coffee.
It curdles in coffee, therefore not 'Barista' milk
Very disappointed in this fake Barista milk; I love the Oatly Barista milk because it is genuine Barista quality, i.e. the acidity of coffee does not cause it to curdle. This product hoverer, curdles INSTANTLY in fresh coffee, so if you like to make your own e.g. cafetières, avoid this milk and stick to a genuine Barista offering.
Great in coffee!
Great taste and I love this in my latte. I'm now a total convert from soya.
Does not taste too bad.
I ordered this because I thought it might help me get over a bout of IBS. It does not taste too bad in tea, or as an alternative to cow's milk with breakfast cereal, but it has a metallic aftertaste which makes you dislike it. I would only order this is you cannot drink cow's milk and must find some alternative that does not taste too bad. I found it gave me a slight stomach ache when used in tea, but it had no ill effects when used with Rice Crispies.
I've been having this oat milk to make a cold hot chocolate. I love it, it's the best drink I've had in months. Mix a heaped dessert spoon of chocolate powder (I use Clipper, but I'm sure any would be good) with this milk to make a paste. Gradually top up the glass, while stirring continuously. I then add a dash of baileys and some ice. A real indulgent summer treat. Much better than anything you'd ever get in a coffee shop. One carton makes 3 large glasses.
good cupboard standby...
Although I prefer the fresh Alpro oat milk for the taste this is a handy standby - I use it in my cup of tea rather than cows milk - it’s a bit expensive but this was bought as part of a promotion ...