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From Field to Cup: The Unboring Story of New Zealand's Finest Oat Milk

Have you ever taken a sip of Boring Oat Milk and found yourself anything but bored?

Two bottles of Boring Oat Milk

If you haven't tried it yet, here's why you might consider using it over your usual plant-based milk.

Crafted with love right in our backyard of New Zealand, using oats harvested from the lush fields of the South Island, this oat milk is the creamy delight your morning routine has been missing.

Whether you're jazzing up your coffee or giving your cereal a makeover - overnight oats made with oat milk are a double whammy made in heaven! - Boring Oat Milk is your go-to companion.

The recycing logo

But here's where it gets even more exciting – Boring Oat Milk breaks the mould with its commitment to being dairy-free, sugar-free, and devoid of any artificial thickeners or gums. It's a vegan dream, non-GMO, soy-free, and a brilliant source of calcium to boot.

And the cherry on top? This packaging is a recycling champion – simply peel off the film sleeve and pop off the lid before recycling, turning it into a victory for minimising landfill.

Two bottles of Boring Oat Milk
The two varieties of Boring Oat Milk

Now, let's dive into the two varieties.

The Boring oat milk housed in the iconic white bottle is your versatile friend, ready to elevate your cereal, smoothies, baking adventures, hot beverages, and porridge to new heights.

For those who like a bit more flair in their cup, the Boring oat milk in the green bottle is tailor-made for you. This version is perfect for being stretched, heated, and foamed - and all the other amazing things your barista does to make your cafe coffee awesome - or for giving your home-brewed coffee that professional touch. It's creamier, enriching every sip, and it's my personal favourite for that reason.

Oats growing in a field

What makes Boring Oat Milk truly special is its roots. The oats hail from the picturesque regions of Otago and Southland, the water is drawn from pristine sources in Hawke's Bay, the sunflower oil is sourced from Canterbury, and the salt from the coastal beauty of Marlborough.

It's a testament to the best of New Zealand, brought together in a bottle. Not only is the bottle recyclable, but by choosing Boring Oat Milk over other plant-based milk packaged in TetraPak cartons, you're making a very real impact in reducing landfill.

Boring Oat Milk is anything but boring; it's a delicious, sustainable choice that supports local businesses and practices. Your taste buds (and the planet) will thank you!


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