Rebel Kitchen Barista Mylk
Blend of Plants, Tastes like Milk.
Made for coffee, our Barista Mylk was created alongside world-renowned Coffee Expert James Hoffmann. It’s the only plant based alternative that tastes and works like dairy milk and is the perfect choice for lasting latte art with it’s silky texture and tight microfoam.
Ingredients: water, oats, coconut cream, rapeseed oil, fava bean protein, sunflower seed extract, nutritional yeast, acidity regulator (potassium carbonate), sea salt.
For allergens, see ingredients in bold.
Typical Values per 100ml
of which saturates 0.4g
of which sugars 2.8g
I recently bought a strawberry mylk shake which I was really looking forward to due to being dairy free I was so disappointed due to the consistency it had a floating bits even when I shaked before I consumed, unsure if it is supposed to have these bits l. I am just bringing this to your attention.
I love this milk, it’s the best alt milk going.
That being said Rebel have ruined it. Offering the product for £15 on this website for six is expensive but I’ll take that on the chin, to then be redirected to Amazon only for the cost to shoot up £0.75 per item is unacceptable. Allowing your products to be only sold on a site that strips countries assets and filters them back to shareholders is surly goes against the values of the company! Sort this out..
In my mind there are only really two contenders for good Oat "milk" (I have also tried all the ones I could find, including other alternatives like pea, soy and almond) and this is top of the two.
My only grudge is, in common with the other alternatives, Rebel Kitchen use Tetra Paks and, despite being fully recyclable, cannot be recycled anywhere as far as I can tell!
Paper wrapped in plastic means that it cannot go in paper waste or recyclable plastic waste. My councils instructions are to put them in household waste to be incinerated.
If they find it in either of the recycling bins then apparently it contaminates the whole batch being processed and they burn all the other recyclables along with it!
What a shame. I usually get through 20 of these cartons a month. Now I am looking to try to use some of them as planters.
It’s the pinnacle - use it in everything.
My daughter and I have tried so many different Milk alternatives both in the UK and in North America. This one is delicious in hot drinks, on cereal and also on its own as a cold drink. It does not separate and has a lovely consistency. I hope your company survives. Our local supermarket has stopped stocking but I am having cases home delivered!