Product Type: other Soft Drink
Newest Review: ... anyway. I believe if you was to try this milk you'd be pleasently surprised at how different it tastes to the other products. It tastes a ... more
Its not white water it`s real milk!!
Member Name: weebill
Advantages: Tastes like proper creamy milk not like water!
Disadvantages: There can be none!
Over the years it seems to me that milk has become less and less milky (if that makes sense), we have the green top semi skimmed and the red top skimmed and to me they both taste like water. Even the full fat blue top milks don't taste as creamy and milky as the bottles our local milk man used to drop off on our doorsteps all those years ago (yes I know you can still have milk delivered and even bottles but few do).
So with my enjoyment of a freezing cold pint of fresh creamy full fat milk fast becoming a thing of the past I decided about a year or so ago to find a milk that would bring it back and in Cravendale I found my answer.
Cravendale Milk goes through special filtration process before pasteurisation. This removes the things which make the milk bad early and whilst doing this allows the milk to keep more of its original fresh creamy taste. Where you would normally get only a few days to use a carton of normal milk once opened Cravendale stays fresh for seven days when opened so if you take a while to get through your milk no need to worry.
Cravendale blue top full fat milk is the closest thing I have found to the creamy milk found in bottles and for this I thank them greatly. Obviously being full fat it is not as good for you as the semi skimmed and skimmed alternatives but for me its taste that matters. It is not just when drinking this milk that you will find a big difference either, use it in your tea or coffee and they improve, splash it on your cornflakes or whichever other cereal you eat and they improve. This milk is so much better than average milks on the market and does not cost all that much more either which is a good thing.
For a 2 litre carton of normal brand milk from asda it costs £1.09 yet for £1.31 you can have this far better alternative, 22p very well spent in my opinion.
It was may 2002 when this fabulous milk first hit our shelves and I wish I had found out about it then rather than enduring the ever worsening milk that I have been drinking. Since its release Cravendale has become a muti- million pounds brand being used by 3 million household's nation wide and it`s no wonder why!
Thank you all for reading!
Summary: It is just better!