Rebel Kitchen Mylk
Blend of Plants, Tastes like Milk.
Thick and creamy Mylk. Dash it into porridge, stir it into sauces or blend it in a smoothie.
NO refined sugar.
Ingredients: Spring water, coconut cream*, brown rice syrup*, cashew*, gluten free oats*, hemp protein*, calcium carbonate, sunflower seed extract*, sea salt, nutritional yeast. *Organic
For allergens, see ingredients in bold.
Typical Values per 100ml
of which saturates 1.4g
of which sugars 2.4g
The only dairy free milk that I have found that tastes like milk, and the only one that works in tea. You just need to remember to shake it, so you don’t get lumps.
I love this mylk I am confused on the brown rice milk then it says syrup on the ingredients this is only because of the no rice milk under 5s as a milk drink by its self i like getting the lumps of creamy coconut milk using this in the frother doesn’t work but does get out the lumps once it heats it if ur using it for coffees I would try the barista if for hot drinks and frothyness. But the taste is second to non. It’s hard to find in sainsburys and Morrisons I would like to see rebel push to get them more in these supermarkets
I love rebel milk, particularly the barista one and the milkshakes. The semi and whole milk are sadly not as great. Delicious blended in milkshakes or protein shakes smoothies, but not so good in hot drinks. It is the consistency that is the problem. The liquid bit is thin / watery, and then there are big lumps of coconut cream. If only they were blended / homogenised already they would be great. Shaking even really hard doesn't help.
Perfect for replacing milk in smoothies. Took me a while to work out how to avoid the clumping you get near the end of the carton, but have found that if you shake it vigourously every time you use it (like a good, 10-15 second shake), then it doesn't clump towards the end.
Beats all plant milks hands down on taste, mouth feel and consistency. However, the product is not quite right. No matter how much you shake it, there are still some lumps of coconut in the carton. It doesn't quite emulsify or homogenise.
This doesn't stop it being delicious but one can't help feeling how nice it would be with the extra creaminess left in those lumps....