The 1st June is World Milk Day, a whole day dedicated to acknowledging that creamy, white stuff. But, in true Rebel Kitchen style, we’ve decided to question the norm by launching our takeover. A day to celebrate our own Mylk, let’s call it #WORLDMYLKDAY and celebrate our dairy-free alternative that both tastes and looks the same way milk does…

Do you miss waking up to a fresh bottle of milk on your doorstep like the good old days? Well, Rebel Kitchen are bringing the milk man back with a twist. Pounding the capital’s pavements from the crack of dawn, our amazing team of rebels will be armed with thousands of Rebel Kitchen Mylks, delivering our plant-based alternative to homes all over the capital.

If you’re not a Londoner, it’s not too late to get involved. Simply head to our Instagram (@rebel_kitchen), and comment ‘World Mylk Day’ on any of our posts on the 1stJune for the chance to get a Mylk delivery too #winning   

Our Rebel Kitchen Mylk recipe is made from just six simple, organic ingredients which we’ve carefully curated to replicate the flavour of a real dairy milk. We use coconut cream for that all important creaminess. We use Himalayan salt to add a subtle savoury note and brown rice for the sweetness that naturally come through in a dairy milk. Cashews add an earthy depth of flavour and nutritional yeast replicates grassiness. Then a splash of spring water. That’s it. Simple.

We know when it comes to dairy milk, everyone has a personal preference, so it only seemed right to offer you the choice when it came to our Mylk too. Our three variations all ignite die-hard advocacy. Each has a coloured top that relates to the traditional colours you’re used to: Skimmed is red, Semi Skimmed is green and Whole is blue. This makes reaching for your favourite Mylk super intuitive. For some major inspo, check out our recipes for ways to Just Add Mylk.

Coconuts are a pretty essential part of everything we do here at Rebel Kitchen (if you haven’t already noticed). All of our coconuts come from sustainable, ethical farms in Sri Lanka and the Philippines. You can read more about our founder Tamara and Ben’s recent visit to the farm in Sri Lanka and their time there here.

Mylk is available to buy online or from Waitrose, M&S, Ocado and many more.