High Protein Milk by The Complete Dairy ? // Product Review
I'm always on the lookout for new innovative high protein low products to share with you guys but there had been nothing "new" that I'd seen in a while. But sometimes old becomes new again, and that was certainly the case with this High Protein Milk by The Complete Dairy. I originally starting buying High Protein Milk by The Complete Dairy about 2 years ago and was super impressed with it back then, however my local supermarket stopped selling it, and being the lazy creature of habit that I am, I didn't bother hunting around for it, but I'm starting to wish I had! This milk is such a great idea and something I'd been looking for for quite a while, but no one was doing it. I mean it makes sense after all, whey protein comes from milk and I usually have a protein shake every day, if not every second day but I do get sick of the flavours and sometimes just want something a bit more plain, a bit more usable for everyday…
So, how does High Protein Milk by The Complete Dairy taste?Really good. This one (and my preferred one) is the full cream variety, they do also have a low fat version but who want's that right? The milk has a slightly different mouth feel to a "regular" milk. It's quite hard to describe but it would be best summed up to say it tastes a little bit more dry than regular milk, not in a bad way, but just not quite as slippery. Once you taste it you'll know exactly what I mean. Whilst it's different, that's not to say it's better or worse, it's just different. I'm suspecting the difference in mouth feel is actually due to the reduced level of sugar in the milk which is great. This milk has 25% less lactose compared to regular milk. Lactose is a type of sugar and sugars give food a smooth syrupy texture so it stands to reason this would explain the slightly different mouth feel.
So, what is in this High Protein Milk by The Complete Dairy?These ingredients listed are:
Filtered milk.Nothing much to see there which is great. I'm guessing the filtering process is how they get the higher protein and lower lactose. Ingredients are taken from the packaging on the 21 May 2018 and may differ to what you see on yours.