So creamy and smooth!
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I’ve been using a lot of almond milk recently but last time I was at Costco I saw this milkadamia Macadamia Beverage and decided I need to try it! I love eating macadamia nuts so I thought I for sure have to try this macadamia beverage!
So this definitely doesn’t taste like macadamia nuts in my opinion! What it does taste like is an outrageously creamy, silky, slightly sweet a little vanilla-y, nutty milk substitute. When I say creamy, I mean creamy! Like it actually reminds me of cream, probably because of the higher fat content. The flavor not being strong make this macadamia beverage really versatile. You can use it with cereal or oatmeal, have it in your coffee or use it to make a smoothie.
You get six 946 ml tetra pack containers of the milkadamia macadamia beverage box from Costco. I paid $12.99 Canadian for the box (it was on sale for four dollars off). The regular price for the box of six is $16.99 Canadian.
A really convenient milk substitute, you can use this in so many ways! After opening the beverage needs to be stored in the fridge and the best before date is over a year from the date I purchased the box from Costco.
One cup is 55 calories, six grams of fat, 110 mg of sodium, zero grams of sugar, one gram of protein, zero grams of fibre and one gram of carbohydrates. The ingredients list is pretty straight forward. This is gluten-free as well as vegan.
I like this just as much as almond milk! It has quite a bit more fat than almond milk so if you’re aiming to increase your fat intake this is a great way!
Almond milk? Soy milk? Macadamia? Oat? Or Dairy? What would you choose?
9 thoughts on “Costco milkadamia Macadamia Beverage Review”
The Milkadamaia has natural flavors listed in the ingredient list. There is not way of knowing what the company is using as the FDA does not require them to list. Do you knoq or have you called the company to see what the natural flavors are?
Thank you for your very timely review. I am planning to go Atkins/Keto and was thinking about trying this or going with cashew milk. Your review tipped me over to the Milkadamia side. It is more convenient since Costco carries it but does not care cashew milk.
Let me know what you think. The Costco Oat Milk is very creamy but not keto friendly. This is definitely creamier than almond/cashew milk in my opinion. I like it.
I tried it and loved it! I cannot have almond or soy or oat. milk so this was wonderful to find. When I went to pick up two more cases, my local store had discontinued carrying it. Please bring it back Peterborough, or add to the online groceries.
Hey Diane! Isn’t it so creamy? My Costco here still carries it so I’m sorry to hear yours doesn’t!
Why are you out of Milkadiami in Canada?
I’m not which location you shop at but you might want to contact the Milkadamia company and see if they are carrying it anywhere else close to you.
Thanks so much for this review. I’ve been looking at Milkademia several times now but had no idea how it tasted so was hesitant. I will give it a try.
another good review. hey why come no other comments. this is good material