Plant-based alternatives to milk for your tea

Here at Alpro we’ve got a seriously tasty range of plant-based options if you’re looking to enjoy a vegan or ‘free-from’ diet and lifestyle, or if you’re just looking for something seriously a little different and seriously tasty to shake up some of your favourite recipes and dishes. If you’re ready to give plant-based options a try when it comes to your morning cuppa, you might be wondering about what difference this will make, and here - we’ve got you covered. Let’s take a look at what plant-based drink is best for your tea.

Going plant-based doesn’t mean having to compromise on the tasty, delicious, creaminess of your cuppa. At Alpro, we love a dairy free brew, but we also understand that everyone makes their tea just the way they like. With plenty of plant-based drink options to choose from, we are here to help. Let’s brew this!

What plant-based alternatives to milk are there?

Where do we even start? When it comes to plant-based drinks for your tea, choose from:

Which plant-based drink is best for tea?

As you can see, there are a fair few options to choose from, so to help you make the right decision for your brew, we’re telling you a little more about our top plant-based picks below.

Alpro Soya

Alpro Soya is a true classic. With a delightfully creamy texture accompanied by a mild and subtle taste, it’s perfect if you want to keep your cup of tea just as you know and love.

If you’re ready for a really brilliant brew, you might also want to try Alpro My Cuppa. Created specifically with tea in mind, it’s smooth, creamy, and delicious whether you like your brew light or string in taste.

Whilst Alpro Soya may sometimes curdle when the temperature of the hot water is too high, this is easily avoided if you warm up the soya milk up before you pour as that will help to reduce the chance of this happening. Alpro Almond For a little something extra, treat your tea to a splash of Alpro Almond. We lightly roast our Mediterranean almonds to really bring out their deliciously nutty flavour. Combined with the rich and deep flavour of your tea, it makes for a seriously tasty blend.

Almond drinks can sometimes curdle so be sure to warm your Alpro Almond before you add it to your cup, as that will help to reduce the chance of this happening. Alpro Oat Oat drinks have surged in popularity in recent years, and it’s easy to see why. Alpro Oat has a smooth and silky texture that’s matched only by its unbelievably creamy taste. It’s rare for Alpro Oat to curdle, meaning that you can pour it out to your heart’s content. The wonderfully toasty oats give your tea a creamy touch, making for a seriously moreish cuppa.

Alpro Oat drink is a good source of fibre, which is important for a healthy and balanced diet. Whilst it’s vegan friendly and lactose free, due to those toasty oats it’s not suitable if you’re following a gluten-free diet. Alpro Coconut Alpro Coconut is another of our plant-based favourites when it comes to your morning or afternoon cup of tea. A tasty tropical blend, Alpro Coconut has a fresh and creamy taste, a taste that will add a subtle fragrant flavour to classic tea blends.

Coconut drinks can curdle if poured cold into a hot cup of tea, so remember to warm it up first and pour slowly. Then all that’s left for you to do is sit back and enjoy your brew! You can explore the full range of Alpro plant-based drinks below. Which one will make the cut for your cuppa?

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