Oats are the big thing in Sweden and usually they make good products but I tried a brand of vanilla oat yoghurt once that tasted like sickly caramel thickened with wheat flour!It seems like Germany has a whole plethora of mylks, be it almond, oat, soy, cashew, coconut, rice, hazelnut, macadamia or a mix of e. g. rice, coconut and almond.
It also seems that I don't like 99% of them.
I can see that. I've had similar experiences with oat milk. (Oatly is utterly amazing, those other ones not so much!)Taste.
I'm very picky with the mylks, tried a lot of them (both cheap and expensive) and found only a few out of the whole crowd of brand or own-brand mylks I like at all.
I agree (expect for the coconut which I don't like any of!).I like all of the Aldi house brand milks - soy, almond, cashew, coconut. The coconut is my favorite for drinking and use on cereal, though obviously not for things like mashed potatoes.
The local Aldis used to carry an unsweetened soy, back when they carried only soy. Then they started carrying almond milk, and I think most of their customers switched to almond milk (I confess I did), so their selection of soy decreased.I agree (expect for the coconut which I don't like any of!).
Aldi still doesn't have an unsweetened soy though, do they?
Mine very very rarely has cashew!