Usage: When you buy our plant-based milk, you may expect the package to be protected by bubble wrap; this is to circumvent Oatside Barista Blend from any damage. You may use this plant milk when making coffee, tea, or matcha. Even when you don’t want to utilize this component in creating your favourite beverage, you may use it in creating your desserts such as cakes, ice creams, and many more.
To open Oatside Barista Blend packaging, you can easily pick up the milk carton and utilizing your dominant hand, twist to the other side. You can enjoy the oat milk on its own. To store this Oatside Barista Blend, you can put it in your fridge at the suggested temperature, which is 2°C to 4°C (36° to 39°F).
Certification: We have legal validations due to our establishment as a company distributing goods. Our products, including our Oatside Barista Blend, have Halal certification.
- JAKIM Halal Certification: Oatside Barista Blend has halal certification, making it safe to be consumed by our Muslim consumers.
Net Weight/Unit: The weight of a product or piece that is devoid of the weight of its packaging or container is esteemed as its net weight. The weight that comprises all the products that have been loaded into a container, subtracting the weight of the container, is designated as the net weight. Oatside Barista Blend weighs 1 litre and 33.814 ounces (about 1000 ml).
Overview of Oatside Barista Blend
Oat milk is a particular kind of plant milk that also is manufactured by taking the plant component whole oat grains using water. Oat milk is constructed from an assortment of flavours, which would count sweetened, unsweetened, vanilla, and chocolate. It has a mouthfeel and a fragrance that is slightly similar to oatmeal. While dairy is unsuitable for a patient's condition, such as lactose intolerance or a cow milk allergy, oat milk is an acceptable way to displace dairy in vegan diets or those conditions. Oat milk has a minimal environmental effect when compared to milk and other plant-based liquids as it uses less land and water to generate compared to other drinks.
Both as traditional and manufacturing applications, soy milk and almond milk are older than all other non-dairy milk, including oat milk. Due to lactose intolerance, soy milk has been transported from Asia to grocery shops in Europe and the United States since the early 20th century. There is a large market for plant-based beverages like oat milk because of the increase in soy milk consumption since its widespread distribution. Early in the 1990s, the first plant-based beverage with oats was found.
In coffee roasting preparations and cultured items like yoghurt and kefir, oat milk is used as a substitute for milk. According to baristas, oat milk froths well, demands less steam than cow milk, flavours just like cow milk, is rich and buttery, and completely neutralises the acidity of espresso. Major coffee establishments are progressively using it for coffee preparation.
Drinks made from plants have been referred to as "milk-like plant liquids" since the 13th century. Nowadays, people usually refer to them as vegan milk, plant-based milk, substitute milk, or non-dairy milk. Plant-based beverages are typically offered in identical and more affordable containers than those used for dairy milk to compete in the market.
Plant milk is employed in many different nations as a drink as well as a fragrant component in sweet and savoury dishes, such as curry. It is ideal for vegetarian and vegan diets. Also prepared with plant milk are ice cream counterparts, plant cream, vegan dairy, and yoghurt alternatives like soy yoghurt.
Oatside Barista Blend is oat milk, with zero added sugars and is 100% plant-based.
Processing the Oat Milk:
Oat milk is assembled close to the plurality of other plant milk. Oats and many other unrefined grains have a strong outermost hull that makes them hard to digest; grinding is also necessary to convert the dry grains into liquid. The first phase of the method is to count and mill the oat oats to break their outer hull. The granules are then varied into a slurry by immersing them in warm water. To initiate a thick liquid oat foundation, the slurry is heated and treated with enzymes.
After the liquid product has been removed, the final product is created by blending in additional elements like sweeteners, flavours, salts, oils, or vitamins and minerals that are reinforced. Since unfortified oat disinfected less calcium, iron, and vitamin A than milk, these constituents must be added for the finished result to be a nutritional replacement for milk. To increase the shelf life of the product, homogenization and heat procedures like pasteurisation or ultra-high temperature (UHT) treatments are used.
Oatside Barista Blend’s Specification:
Halal Certificate is present within the making of our Oatside Barista Blend.
You can store this oat milk in your fridge at the suggested temperature, which is 2°C to 4°C (36° to 39°F).
Oatside Barista Blend weighs 1 litre and 33.814 ounces (about 1000 ml).
This oat milk is 100% plant-based, with no added sugar.
The country of origin for this product in Singapore.