Soy was first, followed by almond, and now oat. Oat
In January, Dunkin’ teased all coffee lovers by testing a vegan oat milk latte—but only at its California stores. However, the brand did mention it would make oat milk available as a substitute for cow’s milk sometime in 2020, and that time has finally come!
Starbucks is adding non-dairy options to its existing line of Starbucks Creamers, the brand confirmed with Delish today. These creamers are made with a blend of almond milk and oat milk and much like their preexisting coffee creamers, come in flavors inspired by your favorite handcrafted Starbucks drinks.
Guests can also enjoy a twist on their favorite cold brew coffees with a Vanilla Cold Brew Latte with Coconut Milk and a Cold Brew with Oat Milk.
Whether you’re lactose intolerant, vegan or simply prefer eating dairy-free, there’s an overwhelming array of milk options to choose from. Oat milk is a mild, creamy alternative, that, unlike its almond counterpart, won’t separate in your morning coffee and mixes easily in smoothies and baked goods. Here’s what you need to know about this popular milk alternative if you’re considering making the switch.
Here is what I’d do: I would drink coffee, and the twist is, I would also walk outside. That was the whole thing. Sometimes, I’d buy the coffee from a coffee shop, and so it would have oat milk, and sometimes I’d make the coffee at home, in which case, it would not have oat milk (suffering builds character). I got a Zojirushi travel mug for this purpose. It is so good I burn myself all the time.
If you live a plant-based lifestyle, it may be a challenge to get coffee creamers that taste good and are in line with your dietary choices. Finding a coffee creamer that works for your needs is about to be easier because Coffee mate is launching a plain oat milk-based creamer as part of their Natural Bliss line.
A partnership with Beyond Meat, Inc. and the launch of signature lattes contributed to sales growth at Dunkin’ restaurants in the recent quarter. Looking ahead, executives of parent company Dunkin’ Brands Group, Inc. expect the introduction of a non-dairy oat milk latte to drive continued momentum.