The Living Apothecary's Dairy-Free Milk is Made with Almonds and Cashews

By: Laura McQuarrie - Jan 8, 2016
References: livingapothecary
With the rise in popularity of dairy-free milk, it's now become quite common to see almond and cashew milk on the shelves of stores. Now, The Living Apothecary is blending these two nuts in order to create its creamy Vegan Milk No. 2, also known as 'Cacao Rose Almond Cashew.'

Rather than simply being made from a base of locally sourced, soaked and strained nuts, the beverage is enhanced with the rich flavors of rose tea, raw cacao powder, dates and vanilla beans. Unlike many store-bought nut milk products that use carrageenan as a stabilizer, this dairy-free milk is free from this ingredient.

The flavorful almond and cashew milk makes a great substitute for milk, especially appealing to those who do their best to avoid conventional dairy products.