Serious Eats: Drinks
Milk Mustache: Ronnybrook Farm's Coffee Milk
Are you one of those people who likes to stir their ice cream until it starts to melt, waiting eagerly to spoon up the deliciously sweet ice cream soup?
I am, which is one reason that I love Ronnybrook Farm's Coffee Milk ($1.75). It's just rich enough to resemble melted coffee ice cream, but the truth is that the round, creamy flavor is a result of the quality of the milk. Produced in the Hudson Valley from closed herd, grass fed, free range cows, Ronnybrook's milk far outdoes its watery supermarket competition. It's rich enough that we even like it over ice.
The coffee milk has a mellow roasted bean flavor that comes from a house-made syrup of Colombian coffee and sugar. Share a bottle for an after-school, I mean afternoon, snack. It's like chocolate milk for grown-ups.
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