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Love Raw Cold Brew Review

These Cold Brews Are the Answer to Your Summer Latte Cravings

After sipping ourselves to warmth all Winter with the aid of our favourite healthy brews, it's proving a little hard to let go of sipping our steaming tipples, but the warmer weather calls for grab-and-go, cold drinks.

Ease yourself into the new season without having to sacrifice your favourite flavours with Love Raw's new range of plant-based, wellness drinks. They have all-natural, vegan-friendly ingredients and no refined sugar, so we had to try each flavour in the range and give you our verdict. Read on to find out which of them should replace your go-to Summer sip.

Turmeric Chai Latte

Despite how much more popular turmeric-infused drinks are, it still seems almost impossible to get one to go. If you plan on enjoying your golden milk chilled throughout the Summer, this is the perfect grab-and-go option. It's more sweet than spicy, but date nectar is the only sweetener it contains so you don't have to worry about a sugar crash after. As far as we're concerned, this is a clear winner not only because it's one of the few chilled turmeric drinks on the market but also because it has a hint of ginger!

Cold Brew Caffé Latte

As cautious coffee drinkers, this is right up our street because it's a clean caffeine hit. Each carton contains a shot of Arabica espresso, which is cold-pressed to give it a smoother taste. We'd describe it as a mocha milkshake without the sickening sweetness of syrup. It's thick and creamy, and it would make the perfect replacement for your afternoon coffee habit. If milkshakes aren't your thing, try it poured over ice to thin out its consistency.

Cacao & Cardamom Mylk

We know what you're thinking: "What's chocolate milk without the chocolate and the creamy deliciousness of dairy?" Well, let us tell you, it's a surprisingly delicious alternative that you can now pass off as a wellness drink. This almond milk version tastes just like the "real" thing, except it's free from refined sugar and gluten-free, and it has the added notes of aromatic cardamom for extra decadence.

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