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

£ 15.00

Flavour Coconut
Brand PLENISH
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)
  • 100% NATURAL PLANT BASED
  • 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.

Ingredients

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

Directions

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

DELICIOUS PLANT-POWERED M*LKS

oat coconut

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WELCOME TO PLENISH!

We’re an organ­ic plant-pow­ered drinks brand that’s on a mis­sion to fuel a health­i­er World!

Our prod­ucts are cre­at­ed with just nat­ur­al, deli­cious­ly nutri­tious ingre­di­ents to give you every­thing you need, and noth­ing you don’t!

almond muffin

Good for the Planet

Planet positive

Oat

GOOD FOR YOU!

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!

GOOD FOR THE PLANET!

Our pur­pose is to inspire every one of us to make a pos­i­tive change for a health­i­er World.

PLENISH IS B‑CORP

Clas­si­fied B‑CORPS are a group of busi­ness­es that put peo­ple and the plan­et before prof­it, adding more to the plan­et than we take.

DELICIOUS IN EVERY RECIPE!

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

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All our m*lks are organic, unsweetened, and nasties free!

Important information

Safe­ty Information:

non appi­ca­ble

Ingre­di­ents:

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

Direc­tions:

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

MLK-COCONUT6

Product Name

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

Units

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

Brand

PLENISH

Speciality

All Natural Ingredients Dairy Free Low Fat

Country of origin

United Kingdom

Serving Size

100 ml

Energy kJ

46.61 kJ

Fat

1.6 Grams

- Saturates

0 Grams

Carbohydrate

7.9 Grams

- Sugars

4.6 Grams

Protein

0.2 Grams

Salt

0 Grams

ASIN

B092WFK8P1

Date First Available

13 April 2021

Manufacturer

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

Reviews

  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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