Milk Mustache: Drinkable Yogurts from Siggi's

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[Photo: Kathy YL Chan]

Siggi's is best known for their Skyr, a traditional Icelandic yogurt that is even thicker than Fage.

Recently they've introduced a new line of drinkable yogurts carried at supermarkets. Sold in 4-packs for about $3.99, each small bottle weighs 3.7 ounces. You can pick between plain, strawberry, and blueberry—I like them all, but the blueberry has an ideal balance between sweet and tart that I really love. Lightly sweetened with agave nectar, it's marketed as a probiotic drink, and it's made with rbst-free milk, real fruit, and no artificial flavors. All that is fine, but taste is my main concern. This stuff is delicious, with a thick, creamy texture that makes yogurt feel luxurious.

In stores nationwide.

About the author: Originally from Honolulu, Kathy YL Chan writes A Passion For Food, where she chronicles her eats and travels adventures between Hawai'i, New York and beyond.

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