Strafford Organic Creamery Chocolate Milk is made with fresh 2% organic milk, certified organic cocoa and certified organic sugar. Rich, creamy and not too sweet.
Strafford Organic Creamery dates their milk with Sell By dates (not Best By dates). Keep their milk in cold refrigeration, and it will last for 10-14 days after the Sell By date.
Certified organic since 1997, milking 50 gorgeous guernseys, and bottling on their own since 2001, Strafford Creamery is committed to sustainable agriculture and dairy without compromises.
Please rinse and return your bottle so it can be filled with more delicious milk!
We actually mix the quart of chocolate with a quart of cream line whole milk and it's still special enough and sweet enough for my three kids. It's become an every other week treat for our family......gone in a couple of days!
I'm not sure if I have ever had better chocolate milk, frankly. The depth of chocolate and the milk's relative sweetness are just about perfect. My wife and I prefer dark chocolate. We love a great sipping chocolate (L.A. Burdick's is out of this world). Now this milk doesn't have the velvetiness in the mouth feel as a sipping chocolate (as that is literally chocolate melted down with a bit of milk, so that it tastes like you're drinking a melted chocolate bar). But there's a depth to the chocolate flavor, and it's not too sweet. Think semi-sweet chocolate, in fact.
It's still chocolate milk, but outside of a sipping chocolate (which, again, is just luscious in your mouth), I don't think I could conjur up a better one than this. Highly recommended, and I'll buy again.
It's like drinking melted ice cream, only lighter in texture and a little less sweet. If you like chocolate milk, this is the one to get.
possibly the best choc milk i've had, and i grew up on the quik junk and hersheys choco syrup stuff... both opf which i could never get quite right. This, while expensive, is perfect. Not too chocolatey, not too milky, and tastes fresh.... They should sell it in bigger bottles and bring down the price a bit, since its just shy under the cost of a 1/2 gallon of regular milk.