Dairy-free, creamy, and perfect for
instant mixing into any hot beverage. 170-servings. 12 oz. jar
is $5.95. Kosher.
Maltodextrin, titanium dioxde, calcium phosphate, potassium
phosphate, sodium citrate, natural vegan flavors, yellow
Does the job
From Kim Hester of Hillsboro, Oregon on 2/11/2014.
You can't beat it for the price. I am using the first can of it and am thinking of getting another. It tastes fine and is healthy.
From Anonymous of Athens, Georgia on 1/3/2014.
It's not what you are looking for if you have ever had dairy coffee creamer or the "non-dairy" that contains casein. It's weirdly granulated even though powdery and the taste is not good. At all. It whitens but I wouldn't say it's creamy. Best sub I have found is liquid creamer from Trader Joe's (for those of you who have no problem with soy). Thinking about trying the British Whitey next but it's PRICEY!
Can have creamer again!
From Anonymous of North Augusta, South Carolina on 4/25/2011.
I am allergic to cow-dairy so this is great for travel and keeping in my office. I like the taste too.
Tasted like chemicals
From Cassondra Wagner of Simsbury, Connecticut on 2/21/2011.
I was really looking forward to this because I really miss my coffee with cream and the soy creamers just don't add up to the real thing. But this was so bad!!! I literally had to rinse my mouth out with listerine after I tried it and I still had a lingering chemical taste for hours. So nasty I couldn't believe it.
It's not about the healthiness
From Anonymous of Montreal, Quebec on 1/11/2010.
To all who complain of its non-health-foodness: look at the label. It's not designed for us health-conscious vegans, kids, it's a Kosher product to allow observant Jews to have a creamy coffee with their steak without breaking Jewish food laws. You can find it at Kosher stores if you live somewhere where there are such things, save on the shipping. Kosher stores are great for vegans in a lot of ways.
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