No one in the right mind would hate Nutella, don't you agree? Rich with chocolate and hazelnut, this silky smooth spread can bring out the best in pretty much anything. And Moo's Nutella flavoured milk is enough testament to that.
Every sip of this had the distinct nutty and chocolaty kicks of Nutella. There's no added sugar here, only the sweetness that comes from Nutella itself, and it's perfect.
The milk had a light texture, and its consistency was spot on. Superb!
Comprised of nuts and Kithul (as the name promises), it'd be nuts not to love this treat. Moo's Nuts For Kithul is packed with chopped up Almonds, and Kithul infused, pasteurised fresh milk.
The sweetness of the milk is what grabs your attention first, and then comes a load of almond bits, followed by the unique flavour notes of kithul. This one also doesn't have any added sugar, so all the sweetness it has, is drawn from the kithul itself.
The playful crunch added by the almonds is really something. In fact, it reminded us of the flavour of the Pani Kaju ice cream.
With the perfect balance between coffee and cocoa powder, the Sunrise Mocha has sugar in it, but in the right ratio, so it doesn't overpower any of the other elements. The cocoa powder does a wonderful job in toning down the bitterness of the coffee, while the sugar further eases it up. We quite enjoyed this mingle of flavours that go hand in hand with each other.
It's essential to note that with the right temperature, these products by Moo make for a fine summertime (which is pretty much every day in Colombo) drink. Plus, they have the ability to nourish your body.
Moo Premium Milk can be purchased via PickMe Food, Uber Eats and at Celeste and Home Bargains. They're also planning to make them available at Isso, 24 Seven, Bowl'd, Saaraketha, Online Kade and The Outlet Store, soon.
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