Human Bean Dairy Alternatives are available at all of our locations. These include classic options as well as some of the newer alternatives on the market. Whether you are vegan, allergic to dairy or nuts, or just trying to be healthier, we have an option for you! See below for a list of all we have to offer!
Soy milk is a plant-based nondairy beverage, often consumed as an alternative to milk. It has a creamy texture very similar to milk. We use Pacific Foods brand and they use only the highest-quality soybeans. They are certified to the source with no additives, no fillers & no beany taste. Try it in a soy-milk Latte!
Almond milk is made by blending almonds with water and then straining the mixture to remove the solids. It has a pleasant, nutty flavor and creamy texture that’s similar to regular milk. For this reason, it is a popular choice for vegans and those who are allergic or intolerant to dairy. Almond milk is also good in a Latte or Breve as a milk replacement.
Coconut milk has recently become very popular. It is made from the white flesh of mature brown coconuts, which are the fruit of the coconut tree. The milk has a thick consistency and a rich, creamy texture. It also has a hint of the taste of coconut. It’s delicious to add a splash of it to a Cold Brew.
Milkadamia Macadamia Nut Milk
Macadamia milk is made in a similar way as almond milk but instead with macadamia nuts. Our Milkadamia Latte Da unites the best of dairy-free, creamy goodness with a very frothy formula that steams and foams like a dream to make any of your favorite steamed milk and espresso drinks.
Oat milk is a lactose-free, vegan alternative to cow’s and goat’s milk. High in protein and low in fat, it provides both flavor and nutrition. Oat milk contains no nuts, dairy or other common allergens, which is reason enough to give it a try. Plus, as a source of fiber and can fill you up quickly and aid in weight loss. Try it in a Mate Latte.
Although not as popular as some of the other dairy alternatives, hemp milk is a vegan alternative to cow or goat’s milk and is derived from crushing and soaking hemp seeds in water.are often inaccurately associated with marijuana, so the idea of drinking hemp milk is unappealing to some people. However, there is no THC in hemp seeds. Many people are surprised to learn that hemp milk possesses so many impressive nutrients, including nearly 1/2 of your calcium requirement per day in a single cup. This is in addition to good fats, vitamins, and minerals. Try in a Chai Tea.