Califia Farms Unsweetened Oatmilk Barista Blend, 32 Oz (Pack of 6) | Whole Rolled Oats | Dairy Free | Coffee Creamer | Gluten-Free | Vegan | Plant Based | Non-GMO
- Steams beautifully, perfectly pairs with coffee and tastes delicious by itself
- Made from North American grown whole rolled, gluten free oats
- No gums or stabilizers
- Nut free, allergen-free, soy free, non-GMO Project Verified, gluten-free, kosher
- Easily create full-bodied foam and better latte art (better stretching)
- Foams best with a milk steamer/frother
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Plant-based creamer inspired by professionals, crafted for at-home baristas. Designed to steam, froth and foam just like traditional dairy. Dairy and gluten free made with whole rolled oats grown in North America.
Rich taste and texture from sustainably sourced, non-GMO, whole grain oats. All of our ingredients are free of dairy, carrageenan, hydrogenated oils, gums, stabilizers and artificial colors.
Never run out of the Oatmilk you love. Designed with airtight packaging, keep this creamer close for whipping up your favorite beverage at home or in the office. Refrigerate after opening and don’t forget to subscribe and save!
Plant-based is just plain better—for you and our planet. In fact, switching to dairy-free, plant-based products is the single biggest way you can make a positive impact on our planet.
|Barista Blend Almondmilk||Unsweetened Oatmilk Barista Blend||Shelf-Stable Unsweetened Almondmilk||Hazelnut Better Half Creamer||Vanilla Almondmilk Creamer||Concentrated Cold Brew Coffee|
|Calories Per Serving||70||130||35||15||15||15|
|Servings Per Container||4||4||4||16||64||8|
|Sizes Available||32oz||32oz||32oz||16.9oz||25.4oz & 32oz||32oz|
|Flavors Offered||Original & Unsweetened||Unsweetened||Unsweetened||Hazelnut, Original, Unsweetened, & Vanilla||Vanilla, Unsweetened, Hazelnut, & Pecan Caramel||-|
Our new Oat Barista Blend steams beautifully, perfectly pairs with coffee, and tastes great by itself. It’s also unsweetened, made with whole rolled, gluten free oats and has no gums or stabilizers
Flavor: Unsweetened Oatmilk
Oatmilk (Water, Oats), Sunflower Oil, Minerals (Dipotassium Phosphate, Calcium Carbonate, Tricalcium Phosphate), Sea Salt
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While my regular milk lattes and cappuccinos/etc turn out great, regular Almond Breeze or even the regular Califia Farms almond milk (i.e., the non-barista blend) separated, didn't froth and tasted a bit odd. I began to ask my favorite coffee bars which almond milk they use in their drinks and, with the exception of the few that make their own almond milk in house, the answer was Califia Farms Barista Blend.
The quality of the barista blend closely mimics regular cows milk coffee beverages - the barista blend does not separate and also manages to form a bit of foam. Also, it tastes good! Aesthetics aside, the barista blend tastes better than Almond Breeze or other regular almond milks that I have tried in my espresso mixed beverages.
You should note, however, that unlike the regular Califia Farms almond milk, the Barista blend has both added sugar and thickeners. This is most likely the reason for its stability and superior taste in espresso beverages.
1. Doesn't taste horrible
2. Is actually creamy
Almond milk - decent flavor, blah texture. Watery.
Coconut milk - marginally better.
Cashew milk? Meh.
Oat Milk? Hmmmmm....
So let me first say: This does not taste like milk.
It shouldn't, it's made from OATS. It's actually got a bit of a nutty oatmealy flavor to it, but doesn't seem to be overpowering. It is, however, VERY creamy and behaves in a very milk-like manner when added to coffee. I use a frother and BOY does it hold air! About as good as milk does!
The overall result is that this oat creamer tastes good in my coffee, and the texture is the closest to actual cream I've yet to see in a plant-based creamer. The picture is 15 minutes after I frothed it and added coffee, so it REALLY stays foamy!
But whatever you do don’t add any of this Califia to anything you’re going to steam with the hopes of foam because even a few tablespoons is a flatten your foam promise.