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Which Vegan Milk Is Best For Tea?

by Fabian Jackson

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On the hunt for the best plant-based milk to use in your cuppa? Let us help. We’ve done the leg work, so all you’ve got to do is sit back and put the kettle on.

We’ve put together a guide of the best vegan milk for a cup of tea. No matter if you’re an avid English breakfast drinker, or if you prefer Earl Grey; if you can drink lapsang souchong by the bucket or you only go near Darjeeling, now you’ll have the perfect plant-based milk to go with it.

Whether you’ve been vegan for years and still haven’t found the one when it comes to tea-worthy milk, or you’re just interested in eating more plants, we’ve got quite the recommendations for you.

5. Provamil’s organic and unsweetened soya milk

In our fifth spot (not a bad ranking considering there was such stiff competition) is Provamil’s organic and unsweetened soya milk. It has a mild flavour that will let your chosen tea truly shine.

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Photo credits: Provamil

4. Rude Health’s cashew milk

At number four, we have Rude Health’s cashew milk. This is a relatively mild flavour again, but ultra-creamy, so perhaps not everyone’s cup of tea (sorry).

cashew milk

Photo credits: Rude Health

3. Oatly’s semi-skimmed oat milk 

Coming in at number three, we have Oatly’s semi-skimmed oat milk. It’s creamy and has a smooth, subtle taste that lends itself perfectly to an afternoon cuppa. Well, a cuppa at any time of the day, really. 

oat milk

Photo credits: Oatly

2. Milkadamia’s unsweetened macadamia milk

This was a tough call, but second placer goes to Milkadamia’s unsweetened macadamia milk. Compared to dairy-milk, macadamia milk is only one-third of the calories, as well as half the fat. It’s also a very smooth nut-milk, making it a great choice in a cup of tea.

macadamia milk

Photo credits: Milkadamia

1.  Alpro’s My Cuppa Soya milk 

The top spot has to go to Alpro’s My Cuppa Soya milk. It might seem like a bit of a cop-out because we’ve already seen soya milk on this list, but the clever developers over at Alpro have produced a vegan-milk that’s sole purpose is to go in your cup of tea. It’s stable at hot temperatures, so absolutely no fear of curdling as well as being low in sugars and naturally low in saturated fat.      

alpro milk

Photo credits: Alpro

Be sure to let us know your thoughts in the comments below: what you think of our top five and if you’ve found a new favourite vegan tea milk!


By Fabian Jackson
Fabian Jackson

Fabian is one of our lovely Content Marketing Assistants who loves writing almost as much as he loves coffee, old episodes of Escape to the Country (no judgement here), and cooking up a storm in his kitchen.

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