Plenish Coconut Milk Drink| 6 x 1 Litre | Vegan, Organic and Unsweetened

£ 15.00

Flavour Coconut
Speciality All Natural Ingredients, Dairy Free, Low Fat
Package weight 6.5 Kilograms
  • NATRURALLY DELICIOUS: Great taste award winning and natural delicious!
  • UNSWEETENED: Made with no added sugars!
  • 4 SIMPLE INGREDIENTS: only organic, sustainably sourced coconut and rice, water, and sea salt. NOTHING else goes into our milks (no gums, no oils, no additives)
  • REFRESHING in drinks and perfect for cooking!
  • CARBON NEGATIVE: at Plenish we're committed to do what’s good for you and for the Planet. We completely offset our CO2 emissions


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Product Description

Plen­ish Coconut Milk drink is made with only 4 nat­ur­al ingre­di­ents: organ­ic coconut, water, sea salt & rice, that’s it! Our milks are total­ly free of addi­tives and unsweet­ened, just nat­u­ral­ly deli­cious! Fresh, coconut­ty and nat­u­ral­ly sweet Plen­ish Coconut Milk it’s a spe­cial addi­tion to your morn­ing por­ridge, smooth­ie or as a nat­ur­al sweet­en­er to cof­fee. Con­tains 36% less sug­ar and 30 % less calo­ries than semi skimmed milk. At Plen­ish we’re com­mit­ted to do what’s good for you and for the Plan­et; we com­plete­ly off­set our CO2 emis­sions and our coconut milk pro­duces 22% less C02 emis­sions thank dairy milk.


Fil­tered Water*, Rice, Coconut Milk 9%, Sea Salt*, * Not organic.


To get start­ed, just shake well! Then enjoy in your favourite drinks or for cook­ing deli­cious meals

Safety Warning

non appi­ca­ble

Manufacturer Contact Information

W10 Stu­dios Unit 24, 2 – 4 Exmoor Street Lon­don W10 6BD

From the manufacturer


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Made with a hand­ful of sus­tain­ably sourced ingre­di­ents, our m*lks are TOTALLY NASTIES FREE:

  • No Oils
  • No addi­tives
  • No gums

100% organ­ic, unsweet­ened and just delicious!


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Great in cof­fee, over-night oats, smooth­ies and many more oth­er recipes!

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Safe­ty Information:

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Fil­tered Water*, Rice, Coconut Milk 9%, Sea Salt*, * Not organic.


To get start­ed, just shake well! Then enjoy in your favourite drinks or for cook­ing deli­cious meals

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Additional information

Weight 6.5 kg
Dimensions 70 × 73 × 213 cm
Product Dimensions

70 x 73 x 213 cm; 6.5 Kilograms

Item model number


Product Name

Plenish Coconut Milk 100 Organic Dairy-Free & Unsweetened 6 x 1 Litre


6000.0 millilitre

Solid Net Weight

7.2 Kilograms

Storage Instructions

Store at ambient temperature between 5C and 20C

Manufacturer contact

W10 Studios Unit 24 2 4 Exmoor Street London W10 6BD




All Natural Ingredients Dairy Free Low Fat

Country of origin

United Kingdom

Serving Size

100 ml

Energy kJ

46.61 kJ


1.6 Grams

- Saturates

0 Grams


7.9 Grams

- Sugars

4.6 Grams


0.2 Grams


0 Grams



Date First Available

13 April 2021


Plenish, W10 Studios Unit 24 2 4 Exmoor Street London W10 6BD


  1. Lee

    6x more almonds than the super­mar­ket stuffThe world of alter­na­tive milks is an insid­i­ous affair. Unsus­pect­ing cus­tomers may be drawn in by the mul­ti­tude of offers now in every super­mar­ket, think­ing they’ve dis­cov­ered a dairy-free panacea. But look a lit­tle clos­er at the label, and you’ll often find that the stuff you’re shelling out two quid a bot­tle for is only 1% almond, with the oth­er non-water ingre­di­ents being made up of var­i­ous oils and rice. Rice!Plenish is in a league of its own. It’s just almonds, water and salt — and 6% almonds at that. So if you want to be tech­ni­cal, it’s 6x as much of what you get from some of the pop­u­lar nut milks in the super­mar­ket. There’s no rice or seed oils, either, which makes it a MUCH bet­ter choice for Paleo diets.Price-wise, it’s not super cheap; my order worked out about £2.37 per bot­tle, which is at least 37p more than the most expen­sive milk in Tesco. At least one major brand is usu­al­ly on offer, so it’s gen­er­al­ly about 70p to £1 or more expen­sive. But, you’re get­ting far more for your mon­ey (who gets almond milk and expects *rice* to be in there?).This is now my to-go brand for a quick glass of almond milk. Sec­ond to mak­ing your own, this is prob­a­bly the best cur­rent com­mer­cial offer on the market.

  2. Bar­ry

    Tastes awful and sep­a­rates in cof­fee.I bought this as I was strug­gling to find hazel­nut milk in the super­mar­kets in the ear­ly days of lock­down. I use it almost exclu­sive­ly for putting in my cof­fee. Once it has been added, with­in 30 sec­onds it has start­ed to sep­a­rate from the cof­fee, quite frankly it looks dis­gust­ing. I end­ed up keep­ing a spoon in my cup to stir it before tak­ing a gulp.The worse thing is it actu­al­ly tastes ter­ri­ble. It gives an awful after­taste, even using sug­ar only mar­gin­al­ly improves it. I have gone back to using Alpro hazel­nut milk instead, it adds a much nicer taste to my cof­fee, is creamy and does­n’t separate.

  3. Miss K

    Tasty nut milk with clean min­i­mal ingre­di­ents!This was a pleas­ant sur­prise, I got the hazel­nut ver­sion and it’s a very light brown colour and quite tasty. I wasn’t expect­ing it to be much dif­fer­ent from almond milk but it’s dis­tinct­ly dif­fer­ent and def­i­nite­ly tastes of hazel­nut! Works well in smooth­ies, chia pud­ding, por­ridge, veg­an pan­cakes etc.PROS- Great nut­ty flavour- High­er nut con­tent than oth­er brands (6% com­pared to the usu­al 1 — 2% in most nut milks) so it’s more nutri­tious- Min­i­mal clean ingre­di­ents (lit­er­al­ly just hazel­nuts, water and salt)- Sug­ar free- Good con­sis­ten­cy and no sep­a­ra­tion- Longlife (mine had a 6 months expi­ra­tion date) and lasts 5 days in the fridge after open­ing­CONS- The high­er nut con­tent makes the milk high­er fat, which might put some peo­ple off (but keep in mind that nuts are healthy and low in sat­u­rat­ed fats)- It’s a lit­tle thin­ner / more watery than I’m used to (e.g. com­pared to Provamel)- More expen­sive than oth­er brand­ed nut milks and super­mar­ket own brandsNotesThere’s also no added cal­ci­um, which I think could be a pro or con… Most of the dairy free milk brands add it (usu­al­ly about 120mg cal­ci­um per 100ml), some also add B12 and oth­er vit­a­mins. I guess not every­one wants added vit­a­mins espe­cial­ly when it’s some­thing like cal­ci­um car­bon­ate. Plus, although I’ve done it, I per­son­al­ly try to avoid heat­ing milk at high tem­per­a­tures when syn­thet­ic vit­a­mins and addi­tives have been added in so I found Plen­ish to be a very wel­come addi­tion to my kitchen.I do wish the milk was a lit­tle bit thick­er but I guess you can’t improve on that with­out adding thick­en­ers to the ingre­di­ents list. This aside, I think it’s safe to say I’m a new Plen­ish fan and will def­i­nite­ly be repur­chas­ing and try­ing oth­er flavours in the range. It’s just a bud­getary issue for me now as it’s a pricey milk (at least dou­ble, some­times triple the price of others).

  4. Alexa Gray

    Updat­ed review: Used to love but some­thing off with lat­est orderFirst review: Deli­cious and thick, won­der­ful in matcha lattes or a cup of tea. I would say it was worth the extra expense.Updated review: There must be some­thing wrong with the sec­ond batch I ordered… still tastes good and thick, but it sep­a­rates so bad­ly in any warm drink. To the point where I feel I am drink­ing cur­dled milk. I have tried heat­ing it up gen­tly on the stove­top before putting it in my cof­fee, but it does­n’t make a dif­fer­ence, and is just an extra hassle.Since I bought this to use in lattes and tea, I could not be more dis­ap­point­ed. Espe­cial­ly since the first order was great!Too expen­sive to take the chance again.

  5. Maisie H.

    I love this almond milk!The best Almond milk I have tried (and I have tried many). I love that it is 6% Almonds, (so high­ly nutri­tious), has no added sweet­en­ers or rice milk added and is organ­ic.. Some brands are only 2% almonds or even less. It has a taste that is enjoy­able on it’s own or can be used in smooth­ies, hot drinks (great for hot-choco­late), on cere­als etc with­out over pow­er­ing the oth­er flavours. I am dairy intol­er­ant but I like the taste of cows and goats milk. With Plen­ish I don’t feel I’m drink­ing a poor sub­sti­tute taste-wise. Good price too com­pared with some oth­er organ­ic brands. I am a big fan. When my super­mar­ket stopped stock­ing it, I start­ed order­ing it in bulk from Ama­zon. Thank you Plen­ish! Thank you Amazon!

  6. Kat­sura

    Bril­liant milk alter­na­tivePlen­ish cashew nut milk is a par­tic­u­lar­ly good milk alter­na­tive. Clean and fresh tast­ing. I’ve used this for a year now, and while a bit more expen­sive than oth­ers, the qual­i­ty is high and appar­ent when hav­ing tea, mak­ing por­ridge or bak­ing. I love it and don’t buy any oth­er nut milk these days.

  7. Apple­blos­som

    Not quite as expect­ed — Dis­ap­point­ingI bought this Plen­ish milk because I had bought a Plen­ish milk that was half the size from anoth­er super­mar­ket and it cost me £2. I assumed it would taste the same. It did not. It was much watered down. I real­ized that the £2 bot­tle that I had bought from the oth­er super­mar­ket that was exact­ly half the size of the car­ton was fuller strength. This is why the large car­ton of Plen­ish milk tast­ed weak­er. There was noth­ing actu­al­ly wrong with this milk I had bought from Ama­zon. Only that it much dilut­ed. But it was plain­ly obvi­ous that in the pro­duc­tion of the oat milk this car­ton was less thick so to speak. With cere­al the small­er bot­tle tast­ed out of this world, almost iden­ti­cal to cows milk, but with this car­toned milk which was much weak­er in strength it did not cut the busi­ness. So I would not buy this larg­er car­ton again, at least not at £2. If this car­ton of oak milk was the same strength of the Plen­ish oat milk I had bought that was half the size and cost £2 then it stands to rea­son that this larg­er car­ton should cost £4. That is if it was the same full strength. I don’t think it mer­its the £2 price when you think of its com­peti­tors out there who do a sim­i­lar good job of pro­duc­ing a palat­able oat milk. I would be will­ing to pay £1.60p for this Plen­ish Oat milk but not £2. Milk is a sta­ple. Sav­ing 40p on every car­ton used saves mon­ey! Inter­est­ing­ly, the half bot­tle of Plen­ish Oat milk that I pur­chased for £2 from a super­mar­ket because it was eas­i­ly dou­ble the strength, meant I did not need to use as much for mak­ing a cup of tea. But of course when you are hav­ing a bowl of cere­al you are using much more. Sor­ry, to have to give a some­what neg­a­tive review to a British com­pa­ny, but lessons can be learnt. This prod­uct in my view, and I have tried all the Oat Milks out there is not actu­al­ly supe­ri­or to any of them and there­fore a £2 charge is not jus­ti­fied. If you are keep­ing this milk so dilut­ed with water, then low­er your prices or increase the strength of the prod­uct and make the car­ton small­er. Unfor­tu­nate­ly, and this is not Plen­ish’s fault some of the car­tons leaked. I think this was sim­ply from the pres­sure of the car­tons being stocked one on top of anoth­er in the ware­house. The actu­al tops were screwed on tight­ly. So the pack­et itself leaked. Well, I sup­pose we would all leaked if a ten ton weight was piled on top of us!

  8. Rat­tyL

    Not ceo­li­ac friend­lyI absolute­ly love oat milk. I’m a ceo­li­ac and obvi­ous­ly I have to get gluten free oats. I start­ed hav­ing this milk as I could­n’t get hold of my reg­u­lar milk, I’ll be hon­est, I could­n’t stop fart­ing was extreme­ly bloat­ed felt pret­ty rub­bish. As soon as I stopped hav­ing this milk all that stopped. So, THESE ARE NOT CEOLIAC FRIENDLY.Taste is pret­ty naff, abit harsh tbh., if I’m com­per­ing it to my favourite brand. But there is only three ingredients.They won’t go to waste tho, my son who has a dairy aller­gy is hav­ing them.But sad­ly I won’t be buy­ing them again. Val­ue for mon­ey is good tho. By all means try it for your­self, this is only my opinion.

  9. Mum of two!!!

    Deli­cious…Took the leap of faith and ordered the box of 8, so glad we did. My hus­band is on a new healthy eat­ing eat­ing plan fol­low­ing the keto diet, so this milk had the best rat­ings for that as it not only is organ­ic, but doesn’t add any oth­er ingredients.Well need­less to say it was pur­chased for my hus­band, how­ev­er, we have all tast­ed it now and it is deli­cious, it’s turns your cof­fee into a nut pra­line delight, hot choco­lates into a choco­late box of treats and recipes into heav­en­ly delights.It is deli­cious and it does sep­a­rate a bit in cof­fee but once you stir it it’s fine, we’ve had not major sep­a­ra­tion as oth­ers have described, and it doesn’t alter the taste at all, it still tastes delicious.We would def­i­nite­ly rec­om­mend this almond milk, it has a creamy tex­ture, rich sub­tle nut flavour that enhances every­thing you add it to. It came well pack­aged from Ama­zon and we will be order­ing more.Delicious.…

  10. Ori­ana

    Love it!My first expe­ri­ence of cashew milk and was very appre­hen­sive about order­ing eight litres of it! I knew it would be okay in por­ridge, but after read­ing so many reviews on the var­i­ous nut milks I was wor­ried what my cof­fee would be like. I drink gal­lons of it dai­ly. But my con­cerns were unfound­ed. It’s great stuff. The cof­fee actu­al­ly tastes bet­ter! Pre­vi­ous­ly I have used low-fat dairy so cof­fee always tastes watery, but with this milk it almost tastes like I have added cream to my cof­fee. Although it does go a lit­tle bit fun­ny, I just keep the spoon in the cup and stir it every so often and it’s fine. I have now com­plete­ly replaced dairy with this and will cer­tain­ly con­tin­ue to order it into the future.

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