Milkadamia: Macadamia milk isn’t as exotic as it sounds, or looks. And that’s a good thing.

by | May 8, 2018 | New Eats | 0 comments

WHAT’S INSIDE?

A GOOD SOURCE OF:

  •  B12
  • Calcium

COMPATIBLE DIETS:

INGREDIENTS: MACADAMIA MILK (FILTERED WATER, MACADAMIAS, CALCIUM PHOSPHATE, PEA PROTEIN, NATURAL FLAVORS, LOCUST BEAN GUM, SEA SALT, SUNFLOWER LECITHIN, GELLAN GUM, VITAMIN A PALMITATE, VITAMIN D2, VITAMIN B12
ALLERGEN STATEMENT: CONTAINS MACADAMIAS

This milk is stunning? Seriously… But taste wise, it’s a pretty darn good milk. Which to us means: simple, pairs well with cereal, coffee, tea, and hot cocoa.

Side note: that’s cinnamon floating in that coffee. Yum…

First impression:

We absolutely LOVED the packaging. The milk was delicious when paired with cereal (chilling is recommended). With coffee, we’d rank it a little bit higher than almond milk for creaminess. Which is awesome for a nut milk!

Worth noting:

Like most nut milks, this milk is diet friendly. But unlike some nut milks, it’s also TREE friendly?  Which is nice. It feels like we’re hugging a tree with every sip.

Takeaways:

If you’re looking for a creamier nut milk, this is really worth a try. Milkadamia milk covers all the bases for a 1-2% milk substitute, including calcium and vitamin D.