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Vegan c. 2010. Designer. I'm attracted to what's minimal, good for me, and good for the environment. And of course visually exciting.
The first thing that I noticed about this milk is the sweetness (4g/serving). I don’t prefer sugars (especially refined) in my coffee. It isn’t a lot, but I prefer 0g. Not as creamy as expected since the foam was pretty impressive. It has a simple and short list of five ingredients. Make it four without the sugar, please! 🙂
I also adore the carton that feels like a bottle and it looks gorgeous in my refrigerator. I’m actually looking forward to trying more of Elmhurst after learning about their milling process.
Vegan-ish c. 2010. Software engineer. Calisthenics enthusiast.
Another great oatmilk. Elmhurst comes in a unique packaging that caught my eye. Unlike other oat milks, this one is leaner (80 calories/serving).
Elmhurst does manage to add some added cane sugar into those 80 calories as well, which puts this milk slightly on the sweeter side without the added weight (which I also found made cooking with steel cut oats taste wonderful).
Another plus with Elmhurst is the frothing ability. It’s one of the best I’ve seen (I use a handheld battery-operated frother).