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  • #16
    Sorry to rehash an old thread, but given it's a year old - wondering if there are any further recommendations available in Melbourne that I could try.

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    • #17
      Get Riverina from your local supermarket, otherwise try one with a bit more fat content. If Farmhouse Gold is on sale sometimes I give that a go

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      • #18
        I like Saint David's Dairy Milk ... used by some of the better cafes in Melbourne.

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        • #19
          If you're interested in soy milk then it seems Bonsoy comes out on top - the majority of cafe's use this brand. I've used it too and it's heaps easier to get a smooth froth than other soy milks

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          • #20
            Also like Green Pastures from the supermarkets ... good option if you can’t get St Davids

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            • #21
              And this definitely doesn't froth properly but good for your health
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              • #22
                Inglenook dairy full cream and light both texture amazingly. I think it's country Vic only though.

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                • #23
                  "Great Ocean Road" milk works well both texture and taste... TBH taste for me is almost more important than the texture aspect.

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                  • #24
                    Milklab really nice. Bit on the exxy side however.

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                    • #25
                      My wife insists on non dairy, changes brands frequently. The best of the best for frothing is Pure Harvest Almond Quench. Some are super hard to froth.

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