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Taste-Off: Coffee & Goat's Milk Doubleheader

Taste-Off: Coffee & Goat's Milk Doubleheader


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When goat's milk ice cream and goat cheese go head-to-head -- with coffee added in -- who will be the victor?

Maryse Chevriere

Coffee and Goat's Milk

Cheese and ice cream are two of the most beloved — and often dreaded — foodstuffs in American households. But now all sorts of dairy products are being made with goat's milk so that the lactose-intolerant can indulge without, ahem, complications. Though the items can be hard to find outside of specialty grocery stores, Belle Chèvre and LaLoo's are making versions that can be ordered online that go beyond the ordinary.

Add coffee flavor to goat's milk and voilà — you have Belle Chèvre Coffee Chèvre Breakfast Cheese and LaLoo’s Goat’s Milk Ice Cream in Capraccino. The battle below is about to begin — on your mark, get set, goat!

Belle Chèvre Coffee Chèvre Breakfast Cheese

  • Price: $6.50
  • Quantity: 6 ounces
  • Origin: Elkmont, Ala.
  • Availability: Online
  • Ingredients: Pasteurized goat milk, culture, enzymes, salt, sugar, coffee.
  • Calories: 120 per 1 ounce serving
  • Label Description: “An incredibly yummy and healthy alternative to cream cheese. Handmade, all natural, coffee, breakfast cheese.”
  • Taste: We wouldn’t trade it up for our morning’s cup of coffee due to the tart, pungent undertones. However, it would be great on raisin toast for breakfast or spread on top of a square of chocolate for a special treat. And if you were really looking to impress the most sophisticated of palettes, it would make an extraordinarily bold cheesecake.

LaLoo’s Goat’s Milk Ice Cream in Capraccino

  • Price: $6.99
  • Quantity: 1 pint
  • Origin: Sonoma County, Calif.
  • Availability: Available in stores nationwide and online.
  • Ingredients: Goat milk, sugar, egg yolks, Italian espresso roast, locust bean gum, guar gum
  • Calories: 150 per ½ cup serving
  • Label Description: “Goat’s milk ice cream. Lactose friendly. All natural. Italian espresso roast whipped with extra foam.”
  • Taste: Creamy, rich, and sweet. There were no pungent goaty undertones in this ice cream and no fatty film left on the tongue like in full-fat cow’s milk ice creams. This we could definitely eat for breakfast — in the summer, of course.

Non-Dairy Milk, Taste-Tested and Ranked

Whether you&aposre lactose intolerant, or just questioning, the last few years have been a renaissance of sorts for anyone looking to explore the rapidly expanding field of non-dairy milk.

The once-rare oat milk is now practically a barista standard, and almost milk is ubiquitous, even at larger chains. With more plant-based, vegan milks available than at any other time in human history, it can be a bit overwhelming to figure out which of the many options are right for you. Fortunately, Food & Wine has taste-tested every plant milk we could get our hands on, both on their own and in coffee.


Non-Dairy Milk, Taste-Tested and Ranked

Whether you&aposre lactose intolerant, or just questioning, the last few years have been a renaissance of sorts for anyone looking to explore the rapidly expanding field of non-dairy milk.

The once-rare oat milk is now practically a barista standard, and almost milk is ubiquitous, even at larger chains. With more plant-based, vegan milks available than at any other time in human history, it can be a bit overwhelming to figure out which of the many options are right for you. Fortunately, Food & Wine has taste-tested every plant milk we could get our hands on, both on their own and in coffee.


Non-Dairy Milk, Taste-Tested and Ranked

Whether you&aposre lactose intolerant, or just questioning, the last few years have been a renaissance of sorts for anyone looking to explore the rapidly expanding field of non-dairy milk.

The once-rare oat milk is now practically a barista standard, and almost milk is ubiquitous, even at larger chains. With more plant-based, vegan milks available than at any other time in human history, it can be a bit overwhelming to figure out which of the many options are right for you. Fortunately, Food & Wine has taste-tested every plant milk we could get our hands on, both on their own and in coffee.


Non-Dairy Milk, Taste-Tested and Ranked

Whether you&aposre lactose intolerant, or just questioning, the last few years have been a renaissance of sorts for anyone looking to explore the rapidly expanding field of non-dairy milk.

The once-rare oat milk is now practically a barista standard, and almost milk is ubiquitous, even at larger chains. With more plant-based, vegan milks available than at any other time in human history, it can be a bit overwhelming to figure out which of the many options are right for you. Fortunately, Food & Wine has taste-tested every plant milk we could get our hands on, both on their own and in coffee.


Non-Dairy Milk, Taste-Tested and Ranked

Whether you&aposre lactose intolerant, or just questioning, the last few years have been a renaissance of sorts for anyone looking to explore the rapidly expanding field of non-dairy milk.

The once-rare oat milk is now practically a barista standard, and almost milk is ubiquitous, even at larger chains. With more plant-based, vegan milks available than at any other time in human history, it can be a bit overwhelming to figure out which of the many options are right for you. Fortunately, Food & Wine has taste-tested every plant milk we could get our hands on, both on their own and in coffee.


Non-Dairy Milk, Taste-Tested and Ranked

Whether you&aposre lactose intolerant, or just questioning, the last few years have been a renaissance of sorts for anyone looking to explore the rapidly expanding field of non-dairy milk.

The once-rare oat milk is now practically a barista standard, and almost milk is ubiquitous, even at larger chains. With more plant-based, vegan milks available than at any other time in human history, it can be a bit overwhelming to figure out which of the many options are right for you. Fortunately, Food & Wine has taste-tested every plant milk we could get our hands on, both on their own and in coffee.


Non-Dairy Milk, Taste-Tested and Ranked

Whether you&aposre lactose intolerant, or just questioning, the last few years have been a renaissance of sorts for anyone looking to explore the rapidly expanding field of non-dairy milk.

The once-rare oat milk is now practically a barista standard, and almost milk is ubiquitous, even at larger chains. With more plant-based, vegan milks available than at any other time in human history, it can be a bit overwhelming to figure out which of the many options are right for you. Fortunately, Food & Wine has taste-tested every plant milk we could get our hands on, both on their own and in coffee.


Non-Dairy Milk, Taste-Tested and Ranked

Whether you&aposre lactose intolerant, or just questioning, the last few years have been a renaissance of sorts for anyone looking to explore the rapidly expanding field of non-dairy milk.

The once-rare oat milk is now practically a barista standard, and almost milk is ubiquitous, even at larger chains. With more plant-based, vegan milks available than at any other time in human history, it can be a bit overwhelming to figure out which of the many options are right for you. Fortunately, Food & Wine has taste-tested every plant milk we could get our hands on, both on their own and in coffee.


Non-Dairy Milk, Taste-Tested and Ranked

Whether you&aposre lactose intolerant, or just questioning, the last few years have been a renaissance of sorts for anyone looking to explore the rapidly expanding field of non-dairy milk.

The once-rare oat milk is now practically a barista standard, and almost milk is ubiquitous, even at larger chains. With more plant-based, vegan milks available than at any other time in human history, it can be a bit overwhelming to figure out which of the many options are right for you. Fortunately, Food & Wine has taste-tested every plant milk we could get our hands on, both on their own and in coffee.


Non-Dairy Milk, Taste-Tested and Ranked

Whether you&aposre lactose intolerant, or just questioning, the last few years have been a renaissance of sorts for anyone looking to explore the rapidly expanding field of non-dairy milk.

The once-rare oat milk is now practically a barista standard, and almost milk is ubiquitous, even at larger chains. With more plant-based, vegan milks available than at any other time in human history, it can be a bit overwhelming to figure out which of the many options are right for you. Fortunately, Food & Wine has taste-tested every plant milk we could get our hands on, both on their own and in coffee.


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