Camel Milk is now available £2.85 @ Asda selected stores
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Camel Milk is now available £2.85 @ Asda selected stores

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Found 12th Nov
I wont be drinking it but it seems Celebs across the pond are already.
Available now, Camelicious Long Life Whole Camel Milk is exclusive to Asda with an RRP of £2.85 for 235ml.
Asda is the first supermarket to introduce Camel Milk. Becoming a new celebrity trend, it’s being lapped up by well-known stars. The product is suitable for those who are lactose-intolerant.
Got a hankering for a camel milk smoothie? Or perhaps a splash of camel milk with your tea? Asda is the first supermarket to introduce camel milk – Camelicious – so you might be sipping on a camel cappuccino sooner than you thought.
Surfacing as a celebrity trend, well-known stars such as Kim Kardashian have been seen lapping up camel milk and it’s also suitable for those who are lactose-intolerant.
When a mainstream supermarket sells a new type of milk, you know it’s going to become a fully-fledged trend. Camelicious, a brand owned by the ruler of Dubai, Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, is set to launch in Asda, starting with longlife camel milk, which arrived on Asda shelves at the end of October.


Read more: metro.co.uk/201…are

Top comments

Ideal for your tea - one hump or two?

But celebs drink it so what do we know
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After seeing this on BBC breakfast yesterday think I will give it a miss, apparently the after taste can last an hour
Edited by: "eslick" 12th Nov

But celebs drink it so what do we know

Ideal for your tea - one hump or two?

This reminds me so much of The Simpsons and Malk... yuk! ;-)

That has put me off dinner.now I have the hump.

You know what they say about a fool and his money !

research ive heard says its good for arthritis and joint issues..and no i dont have the link to the research

afnoor4 m ago

research ive heard says its good for arthritis and joint issues..and no i …research ive heard says its good for arthritis and joint issues..and no i dont have the link to the research


A lot of these research say you have to consume a large amount for it to have any effect. Unless you’re drinking something like a pint a day it’s going to have zero effect.
Edited by: "dush_yant" 12th Nov

Who is sponsoring this research ?

waterloo2 m ago

Who is sponsoring this research ?


Humptydumpty

will stick to milking my hamster, thanks anyway

> Celebs across the pond are already.


Best ever reason to buy something =D

If you're lactose intolerant there are cheaper and probably less awful alternatives to this. And no I don't give a hoot if celebrities like the stuff.

just no

Finally! Looking forward to trying it. Don't think it will be a regular buy at that price even if I like it

xstevo991 h, 16 m ago

will stick to milking my hamster, thanks anyway


How many hamsters does it take to milk for an average bowl of cereal? Asking for a friend...

If you drink this milk, does that mean you wont have to have another drink for 3 months................

About as bad a drinking cows milk IMO, its just social norm to drink pregnant cows milk in the UK, middle eastern markets its Camels milk, thats likely why celebs making a fuss after holidays etc.

Do you have to have to be gluten intolerant, have tattoos, a pug and a beard to drink this?

Next Camel toes will be on sale in Iceland!

Bandicoot12 h, 16 m ago

But celebs drink it so what do we know

Yeah but we are not as thick as them :)​

waterloo11 h, 29 m ago

You know what they say about a fool and his money !

They get humpted? ​
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