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Which Milk is the Best for your Coffee?

Comparing everyone's favorite milks to decide which one reigns supreme!




Whole

If you are looking for that creamier, more rich, taste in your coffee, whole milk is for you! It does have a higher fat content than other milks, however it is full of vitamins A, D and E. It goes really well in more milky beverages such as a latte or cappuccino. If you are lactose intolerant or have a sensitivity to dairy, I would skip out on this one :)


Fat Free

Fat free milk is pretty self explanatory - it's milk with no fat! Because of this, you lose that creamy feel of whole milk. This makes it a great option for those who want to dilute their coffee without adding many calories or for those who don't love cream.


Reduced Fat

Reduced fat milk is a great choice for those deciding between whole and fat free milk. With less fat than whole milk, it is lower in calories but still has that creamy taste. You can't go wrong!


Almond

Almond milk is one of the most popular non-dairy milks there is. It is made through the grinding of almonds with water, and the result is a lovely milk texture with a nutty undertone. The great thing about almond milk is that it comes sweetened, unsweetened, or in different flavors (think vanilla and chocolate).


Oat

Another popular non-dairy milk, oat milk is a great option for those who don't like or cannot have regular milk. Made by soaking oats in water, then blending and straining, it still creates the milky feel and taste we all love.


Soy

Soy milk, made by boiling soybeans, is another extremely popular non-dairy milk on the market. It tastes and feels a lot like your regular dairy milk, and has many of the same healthy inclusions, such as potassium.


Overall

Our final verdict is that all of these milks are great! When choosing yours, it really comes down to picking the right one for you based on lifestyle and preferences. Now with a little more information, you will hopefully be able to decide your favorite!


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