|Serving Size 1 cup|
|Amount Per Serving|
|Calories 200||Calories from Fat 70|
|% Daily Value *|
|Total Fat 8g||13%|
|Saturated Fat 5g||27%|
|Total Carbohydrate 24g||8%|
|Dietary Fiber 0g||0%|
|Ingredients: Whole Milk, Sugar, Cocoa processed with Alkalai, Dextrose, Starch, Salt, Carrageenan and Pure Vanilla|
Where Available: Ohio and Indiana
Date Tested:July 12, 2012
Expiration Date:July 20, 2012
Container: Glass half gallon
Chocolate Flavor (1-10):10
These are the types of chocolate milks I love testing. Produced by a local farm, and distributed to a small area. Of course these are also the hardest ones for me to get a hold of.
I’m not sure when I’ve had a chocolate milk with such a pure chocolate flavor. This is the type of chocolate flavor you normally find in ice creams and milkshakes.
As this is a non-homogenized milk, the cream does separate out and floats to the top, hence the common name of “cream top,” so you’ll need to give the bottle a good shake before serving. Once you do give it a good shake, it’s very thick and creamy. It’s almost like drinking a milkshake. Not quite, but very close. I’m actually looking forward to trying to make a milkshake with this.
It is wonderfully blended , not being able to tell where the chocolate ends and where the milk begins.
Because of it’s thick, rich taste, I consider this to be more of a dessert chocolate milk. Something you’d drink as a cool refreshing treat, rather than one you’d drink with a meal. In fact a glass is almost filling enough to be a meal. Yet despite my classifying it as a desert milk, it actually has less sugar than most chocolate milks.
If you ever find yourself in Ohio or near Winona Lake, Indiana, be sure to pick up a bottle. Speaking of bottles, I’m sorry Hartzler, but this bottle isn’t going to be returned. It’s going into my collection.