How Restaurants Can Use Oddlygood’s Barista Oat Drink

Is your restaurant ready to join the plant-based revolution? More and more consumers are ditching dairy milk and opting for alternatives like oat milk. In fact, oat milk sales have skyrocketed by over 50% in the past year!

With this trend in mind, a growing number of restaurants, coffee shops, and other food service establishments are putting plant-based milk options on the menu. To help meet this need, Oddlygood released its All-In Barista Oat Drink in the United States.

So, what's the deal with oat milk? Well, it's a delicious, dairy-free alternative that's gluten-free and vegan-friendly — and Oddlygood's Barista is one of the best on the market. Read on to learn more about our new Barista product and how you can use it to transform your restaurant’s coffee bar into an oat milk lover’s dream.

What Is Oddlygood’s All-In Barista Oat Drink? Oddlygood’s All-In Barista Oat Drink is a dairy-free, gluten-free, and vegan-friendly substitute for traditional barista milk. Our delicious, plant-based alternative is specifically designed for coffee drinks like cappuccinos and lattes to deliver a stable froth with that creamy texture and flavor your customers love.

The best part? Oddlygood’s Barista is made from non-GMO oats and doesn't have any artificial flavors or sweeteners. Plus, it's created with input from professional baristas to give you the best possible experience in your food service establishment.

Oddlygood Barista also goes "All-In" by using the entire oat, which creates a subtle yet full-bodied taste, and reduces food waste. And unlike other dairy alternatives, it won't flake or curdle when mixed with coffee, so your customers can enjoy a smooth, delicious pour every time.

How to Use Oddlygood’s Barista Drink Want to take your cappuccino game to the next level with our Barista Oat Drink? Here's the secret recipe for the perfect foam:

  • First, make sure your Barista drink is nice and chilled. The colder it is, the more time you'll have to whip up that rich, creamy foam. Keep in mind, once it reaches between 130°F and 150°F, the frothing will stop.
  • Next, you'll need to add some air to create that perfect foam (just like whipping cream). Gradually and evenly introduce air into the coffee for the best texture.
  • After you've finished frothing, give the jug or pitcher a few turns to mix everything together. If you see any big bubbles on the surface, give the jug a tap on the table or counter to get rid of them.

The ideal coffee foam should be soft and flexible, not hard and dry, and there should be no clear boundary between the coffee and the foam. Oddlygood Barista adds the perfect creamy (but non-dairy!) finish to all your hot or cold drinks like hot chocolate and cold brews, too.

Whether you're a restauranteur, a coffee shop owner, or just love to enjoy a good coffee at home, Barista is the perfect milk alternative for you. Visit Oddlygood’s website to learn more about Oddlygood’s All-In Barista Oat Drink.