It’s Chocolate Barista Edition oatmilk! This amazing professional-grade product for non-professionals must have taken years of market research and development, right? Organizing focus groups, crunching numbers, making a lot of bar graphs and pie charts and a good amount of Venn diagrams, finding just the right graphics for keynote presentations to show the team over some nice salads, even though two teammates were hoping for sandwiches from the new place next door, and finally coming to the conclusion that people like chocolate in their coffee. All of that is probably really smart, but we actually just noticed that mochas taste pretty good, so we made this delicious Chocolate Barista Edition from oats, not dairy, and put it in the chilled section of a bunch of grocery stores. Hope you like it.
Oatmilk (water, oats), cane sugar, low erucic acid rapeseed oil. Contains 2 % or less of: cocoa powder processed with alkali, dipotassium phosphate, natural flavors, calcium carbonate, tricalcium phosphate, sea salt, dicalcium phosphate, riboflavin, vitamin A, vitamin D2, vitamin B12.Where does it come from?
Nutrition Facts per 1 cup (240 ml)
Calories - 150
Fat - 7 g (9%*)
Saturated - 1 g (3%*)
Trans Fat - 0 g
Cholesterol - 0 mg (0%*)
Sodium - 150 mg (7%*)
Total Carbohydrate - 28 g (10%*)
Dietary Fiber - 3 g (11%*)
Soluble Fiber - 1 g
Total Sugars - 19 g
Includes 19 g added sugars (38%*)
Protein - 3 g
Vitamin D - 3.6 mcg (20%*)
Calcium - 350 mg (25%*)
Iron - 0.35 mg (2%*)
Potassium - 390 mg (8%*)
Vitamin A - 160 mcg (20%*)
Riboflavin - 0.6 mg (45%*)
Vitamin B12 - 1.2 mcg (50%*)
Phosphorus - 270 mg (20%*)
*% Daily Value.
Our general manager, Mike, says this product makes “the ultimate hot chocolate or mocha latte.” Of course he is going to say that. But what if he’s right and not just saying something a general manager would say? You can find out pretty easily, really. Just head to the refrigerated section of the grocery store and point your eyeballs toward the giant wall of alternative milks. Eventually these gray and brownish cartons will jump out at you. Take one home, pour it in your coffee, or foam it up first and then pour it in your coffee. Either way, you now have the same dairy-free mocha you’d get from your local barista right there in your kitchen. We think you’ll find this product has all the creaminess and professional-grade foaming talents of our Barista Edition, and the chocolate is really nice and holds up well in coffee. But yeah, see what you think.
what might be less amazing
If you check the ingredients list you’ll find that we have added some sugar to this product, but only 12 grams per serving. The rest of the sugar is natural, from oats. We also add natural flavors for the simple reason that they make this product taste great.
A delicious chocolate treat that makes a MOCHA like a pro.
Also no dairy, no soy, no nuts, no gluten, no GMOS, no whatever, so you’re good.
Where do the ingredients come from?
Origin: Grown in the US & Canada.
Supplier: Grain Millers
Origin: USA, Argentina, Brazil, Colombia, India, Mexico, Paraguay.
Supplier: Suzzane's Specialties
Low Erucic acid rapeseed oil
Origin: USA, Canada.