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Best long life dairy free milk for tea

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Babysharkdoodoodood Fri 06-Mar-20 21:52:05

Need long life lactose free milk for work. I have a little bottle that I decant into, but keep forgetting to take it in. Be handy to have a carton I can take in on day 1 of a 6 day week and it must taste nice in tea. Preferably not soy.


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FlamingoAndJohn Fri 06-Mar-20 21:53:28


Regular blue Oatly, not barista, that’s for coffee.

LefttoherownDevizes Fri 06-Mar-20 21:55:15

I love oatly barista Inn my tea, it's long life and also nice on cereal, and in porridge too. I take to work for all of the above

Babysharkdoodoodood Fri 06-Mar-20 22:26:19

Thank you. Popped an oatly in my basket for Sunday.

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chocolatespiders Fri 06-Mar-20 22:29:09

I am trying to get away from soya so bought Asda almond milk today but it curdled in both tea and coffee.

Todayisanewday75 Sat 07-Mar-20 07:20:32

I like almond milk in tea. I have the alpro one and it doesn’t curdle

dontgobaconmyheart Mon 09-Mar-20 02:24:43

Agree Oatly is nice , made me ill though as I foolishly assumed it was gluten free, and it isn't (am coeliac).

Any suggestions that aren't Oatly, or soy, or Almond, because that curled for me also are ver welcome. Has anyone tried the hemp or rice milks for tea?

Methyl Mon 09-Mar-20 02:37:03

Bonsoy! Nothing can compare!

chocolatespiders Mon 09-Mar-20 08:13:27

Have you tried Koko milk?

kikisparks Mon 09-Mar-20 08:18:24

Oatly barista, might be for coffee but I love it in tea!

kikisparks Mon 09-Mar-20 08:19:01

Not keen on regular oatly though.

ByGrabtharsHammerWhatASavings Mon 09-Mar-20 08:37:30

I love oatly for coffee, but hazelnut or almond are best in tea for me because they're thinner and weaker so don't overpower the flavour as much.

IHaveBrilloHair Mon 09-Mar-20 19:58:10

Oatly, nothing else works for me.

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