French Vanilla Oat Creamer
OAT MILK CREAMER
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“Not only is this product simple and healthy with nothing added... it's DELICIOUS”
“Love your products. Thanks for keeping ingredients simple!”
“The only almond milk I’ll use in my smoothies.”
“The best nut milk in the game!”
- vanilla flavor
- oat milk
Had some fears about this tasting ****** based on other reviews. It’s totally good! Somehow perfectly sweetened, more sweet than I expected, and the vanilla flavor is great. It tastes very oaty, sort of nutty. More oaty than the oat milk itself. But I’m into it and was not disappointed. I recommend vanilla!
I needed a non-dairy coffee creamer as my usual brand has been difficult to find in the store (and has been since Christmas). The company has been blaming the distributors and suppliers. However, I will not be purchasing your product again. It’s twice the price and alters the taste of my coffee. I also have to add sweetener to it, as I find Almond Creamer more palatable.
Good Taste. Subpar Creaming Properties
I've been a champion of the Elmhurst hemp creamer. Loved it! When they discontinued it, I gave the oat a shot. It just doesn't "cream" coffee as well. The overall taste and flavor is still nice. though you won't achieve the richness and light tan color you get from standard creamers in coffee and tea.
The best for my morning coffee ritual
I've been OBSESSED with the creamers = hazelnut hemp, hazelnut oat and french vanilla oat. I just tried coffee for the first time ever (and I'm 32 years old, haha) at the end of May; and thanks to the Elmhurst nondairy creamers (free of creepy thickeners and other garbage, to put it nicely against your competition), I'm able to enjoy coffee and dilute the bitterness. THANK YOU for making real nut/oat milks - I certainly don't have the patience to make my own darn nondairy milks, so I get to purchase this instead. #notsponsored
I wish Iiked it more
I unfortunately bought 6 of these because I was looking for a healthier alternative but you have to really shake the bottle and then drink your coffee at light speed otherwise you'll start to get oat bits in your coffee. I'm not a huge fan of this but will try the barista series instead.