mostly water, 5.7% hulled soya followed by vegetab
mostly water, 5.7% hulled soya followed by vegetable fats it tastes rank. is horrible in a cuppa. fat content is stupid, may as well stick to normal cows milk!
Not my cup of tea
Tastes OK on it's own, but put it in tea & you are left with a bitter cuppa - there's less sugar in it than cow's milk - & an aftertaste similar to that of long-life UHT milk. As much as I wanted to like it, I just couldn't. It's four times the price of semi-skimmed milk and has twice the fat content. Unless you have dietary or ideological reasons to use it, I don't know why anyone would bother with it.
silky smooth and creamy
I really love this. Don't know why they say 'created especially for tea'. It's delicious in coffee, so smooth and creamy. I wish it wasn't quite so expensive, not even a litre for the price. Can't afford to buy it every week but good when its on offer at a more realistic price. That would encourage more folk to eat/drink more plant based foods... so give us a little help to convert,, after all that's what it seems you want us to do !!
I kept trying to convince myself this was pleasant in my tea so tried it for several weeks but still think its yuk. It makes ones tea of a thick consistency reminiscent of the tea my husband had in nursing home where they add a substance to thicken tea to avoid choking. Tried it in coffee and it just curdles like all soya milk does also tried making porridge with it plus water also yuk. This is only my opinion of course but I have been drinking soya milk for years and tried many.
tastes like milk - the best alternative and I have tried loads!
This is the perfect product for any vegan who has missed having a cup of tea. Five years I have waited for this and now I can enjoy a nice cup of tea
Better than regular soya milk
We always have Alpro No Sugars Oat milk in tea and don't usually find soya milk very palatable but I tried this free and I have to say I enjoyed it. It is creamy and worked very well in coffee although I also enjoyed it in tea. It is quite expensive (it's a smaller size than the usual plant milk cartons) and it doesn't have any added calcium, which I need in my diet. I will buy this again when it's on offer, for my afternoon tea, as it goes particularly well with cake!
Tastes like milk
got free during last shop does taste like milk but I don't think I will buy again cost is too high and I find Cow's milk taste great and is good for you anyway sorry nice try but not for me.
Unhealthy and sugary
Normal unsweetened soya milk works fine in tea so why do we need one just for tea. More expensive and smaller carton Plus it's added sugar for no reason and full of stabilisers and gums
I won't buy this again
I tried it for the first time and won't buy it again. I use non-dairy milk substitute for health reasons. I don't take sugar in tea or with porridge and it was too sweet for me..