Dried Cane Syrup (1 review)

So Delicious Almond Milk Almond Plus

So Delicious Almond Milk Almond Plus

Milk disgusts me to no end. The stuff that makes up milk is vom inducing. While I’ll eat it if it’s used to make some food, just drinking it is a big no-no. When I was younger I would put it in my cereal, but dump it out of each spoonful. It was such a waste, but I couldn’t bring myself to drink it. Eventually I moved on to soymilk, but drinking that in large quantities isn’t that great for you either, so a few years ago I happily landed on almond milk.

Almond milk is something I can completely get behind, as long as you go for the unsweetened variety. I go through about a gallon of the unsweetened Silk brand a week. This week when I went to the store they were out of it, and all that was left was this new carton of So Delicious Almond Plus. As I said I usually stay away from the ones with added sugar, because I eat the cereal of a child and it has more sugar than I should probably eat all day. The look of this carton was intriguing to me, and I liked the idea of added protein, so instead of stopping at another store I decided to give this a try. It was a mistake. My normal almond milk doesn’t have too much of a presence. It’s just has a dull almond taste that is generally overpowered by my cereal (fake Cinnamon Toast Crunch for those of you playing at home). If I were to drink it by itself it’s pleasant enough. This on the other hand is far too sweet. Well it’s not insanely sweet like a soda, but the sugar distracts from the taste of the almonds, and it just tastes like sweetness with a harsh, almost burnt, almond aftertaste. It makes my cereal taste completely different. Needless to say I am not a fan, and I would trek to a different store the next time Wegmans is out of my Silk.

Website
http://www.turtlemountain.com/
Country
United States
Sweetener
Dried Cane Syrup
Categories
Milk
Rating
2/5
Reviewed By
Jason Draper on June 25th, 2012
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