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Pukka organic latte herbal drink 20p Sainsburys (Oldham)
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Pukka organic latte herbal drink 20p Sainsburys (Oldham)

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Posted 27th MayAvailable: North West (Greater Manchester)

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Pukka organic latte is an organic herbal drink that you just add milk or milk alternative too.
Its dairy free so suitable for vegans and has no added sugar no soya and is also gluten free
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Does this stuff contain coffee? I think a latte is supposed to be coffee-based.
No its caffeine free. It's a common misconception, the direct translation of latte is milk.
Which I didnt know until a kind barista at a coffee shop spent 5 whole minutes making a joke about if I ordered latte in italy I would get a glass of milk.
The tumeric one is extremely bitter
I add a little honey to mine or sweetener if I havnt got any. It's very warming but not to everybodys taste
Based on some of the posts I've been seeing about Sainsbury Oldham, I think an eye test is due
I might drive up there to buy some, even though it's 270miles each way. I'm partial to some pukka, and my son loves herbal drinks. It's definitely worth the drive to make sure he feels loved. Any father would do the same. Cracking deal.
This is how to do drinks, ditch the filthy cow's milk and get on these, they are spectacular and at 20p you are figuratively robbing the place.
Looks like they are national. Seen a different post before. Get yo a local sainsbury's you may get lucky
Are these anything like chai latte? Heat, op!
Not quite a chai flavour you would be used to. They do contain cardamom and saffron. And the ginger one contains tumeric and cinnamon. Both are very warming on the pallete. Suppose they are different for everyone but I love them especially at 20p
fishmaster27/05/2020 23:25

This is how to do drinks, ditch the filthy cow's milk and get on these, …This is how to do drinks, ditch the filthy cow's milk and get on these, they are spectacular and at 20p you are figuratively robbing the place.


I think it is added to milk?
Dont have to use milk. Dairy alternatives work just aswell
frugelle29/05/2020 00:38

I think it is added to milk?


No it has powered Coconut milk in the ingredients.
fishmaster29/05/2020 07:11

No it has powered Coconut milk in the ingredients.



bbetter than I thought
Chris_Shearer28/05/2020 00:23

Looks like they are national. Seen a different post before. Get yo a local …Looks like they are national. Seen a different post before. Get yo a local sainsbury's you may get lucky



fishmaster27/05/2020 23:25

This is how to do drinks, ditch the filthy cow's milk and get on these, …This is how to do drinks, ditch the filthy cow's milk and get on these, they are spectacular and at 20p you are figuratively robbing the place.


I think it is added to milk?
frugelle29/05/2020 10:04

bbetter than I thought I think it is added to milk?


You can use any plant milk you like if you want to add milk.
fishmaster29/05/2020 11:01

You can use any plant milk you like if you want to add milk.


am I not allowed cows milk?
Yeah you can add any milk you like. It's just this is a nice alternative. Its someones preference
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