Because oat milk should be simple.
We are supplying to independant retailers, and hope to also work with cafes soon. We're working out the best ways to deliver directly to customers, and how this can be managed effectively.
We are slowly adding cities one by one. you can pick up Untitled Oats in Glasgow at Locavore.
Sustainability is our mission, rather than rapid expansion. Long-distance refrigerated shipping is not feasible from an environmental or economic standpoint. Subscribe to our mailing list and follow us on social media to find out when you can get the Untitled Oat Drink where you live.
Anything you use your normal milk (plant-based or dairy) for! It will not curdle in acidic coffees, and foams as other 'barista-style' plant-based drinks!
Keep refrigerated at all times.
Oats can contain gluten as they are processed in the same sites as gluten-containing cereals, or they are grown alongside gluten containing crops. Our current oat supplier is one of those.
All of the ingredients used are vegan.
Separation is natural.
Simply shake the bottle for a few seconds (ensuring the lid is securely fastened) before use. Many leading brands will separate with time, however this is not visible when opaque packaging is used.
We have had laboratory testing to confirm our drink keeps for atleast 7 days in the fridge, regardless of when it was first opened.
See the shop page for a full list of ingredients and a macronutrient breakdown
Oil is added to give a smoother taste that is similar to dairy milk. Without oil the product would taste very thin and would not foam in hot drinks. Small amounts of rapeseed oil are used as it is produced in the UK, and is naturally low in saturated fat.
Rapeseed oil is also a source of vitamin E.
Dipotassium phosphate is a salt that is used as a food-grade acidity regulator.
Black tea and coffee are naturally acidic, so using an acidity regulator prevents oatmilk from curdling when used with certain hot drinks. Adding this also helps the Untitled Oat Drink to foam the way other 'Barista Edition' plant-milks do!
Acidity regulators are commonly used by other leading brands in plant-milks.
Whilst we are proud to use organic oats in our product, we cannot call it organic due to other ingredients. This is always a difficult decision. For example we use non-organic rapeseed oil as organic rapeseed oil is not produced in Scotland due to issues with root rot. Gluten-free oats are more expensive and we would need a dedicated production space to produce a gluten-free variant, which is not feasible at our current scale.
If this is important to you, please contact us.
Our main three ingredients, water, oats and oil are Scottish and always will be. Our minor ingredients, Calcium Carbonate and Dipotassium Phosphate are currently brought in from just across the English channel from Belgium and France, due to a lack of UK manufacturers. We are actively seeking a supplier for these additives that can produce these in the UK.