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Elmhurst • Barista Edition Oat Milk
For baristas. An alternative to dairy milk that creates foam worthy of latte art.

What we think

Mun May

Mun May

Vegan c. 2010. Designer. I'm attracted to what's minimal, good for me, and good for the environment. And of course, visually exciting.

San Francisco

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.

Ryan Galloway

Ryan Galloway

Vegan-ish c. 2010. Software engineer. Drinks coffee. Enjoys mountain biking and outdoor sports. Calisthenics enthusiast.  

San Francisco

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).