So it is good we had a few of this Dealer Joe’s Brown Sugar Non-Dairy Oat Creamer readily available the final time that occurred. Sonia says this model is each sweeter and creamier than another oat-based creamer she’s ever had. She’s tried at the least three different manufacturers: Califia Farms, Elmhurst, and Espresso Mate Pure Bliss. I am certain I’ve tried at the least a kind of others, but it surely definitely did not stand out as super-delicious or life-changing in any manner. Sonia says different oat-based creamers appear rather more watery than this Dealer Joe’s choice.
There actually is a whisper of precise brown sugar taste on this creamer. Principally, it is simply candy, however there may be some brown sugar within the components and you may style it ever so barely. It is also acquired that faint nutty oaty wholesomeness that different oat creamers do.
So far as the creaminess is worried, some additional thickness could be due at the least partly to the presence of pea protein and/or the controversial ingredient: sunflower oil. I maintain listening to from an increasing number of sources that sunflower oil—and all seed oils generally—are carcinogenic and should not be consumed in any respect, or at the least not in massive portions. If you happen to do an web search, you may discover loads of articles in regards to the potential risks of seed oils, together with dissenting opinions, and there is at the least one piece about this product particularly. I am no meals scientist, and Huge Seed Oil hasn’t despatched me any “monetary incentives” to advertise their merchandise simply but…so I am going to simply depart it at that for now.
We’re about two bucks for 16 oz of vegan-friendly creamer. Probably a repeat buy for the gorgeous wifey. 4 stars from Sonia. Three from me.
Backside line: 7 out of 10.