Plant-based beverage maker Elmhurst 1925 has expanded its creamers portfolio with three new seasonal variants.
Available in pumpkin spice, apple pie spice and gingerbread flavours, the new creamers are made with ‘simple ingredients’, such as hemp cream and whole grain oats. According to New York-based Elmhurst, they contain no more than 20kcal and 1g of sugar per serving.
The new seasonal additions join unsweetened, hazelnut, French vanilla and chai spice variants in the brand’s existing range of creamers.
All Elmhurst creamers are Non-GMO Project verified, OU kosher certified and free from gluten and artificial flavours.
According to Elmhurst, its HydroRelease method separates the components of a nut, grain or seed before reassembling them as a creamy, ‘beverage-ready’ emulsion.
The process – which it uses to make all its products – uses only water, and the company’s portfolio is therefore free from added gums or emulsifiers.
“Autumn and winter are quickly approaching, so now is the perfect time to bring fun seasonal flavours to life,” said Heba Mahmoud, VP of marketing at Elmhurst.
“More and more people are experimenting in the kitchen these days, and our team wanted to make sure there was a flavour-packed, never diluted, plant-based option to help spice up coffee routines.
“With a quick shake and pour, anyone can recreate the taste of their local café favourites right from the comfort of home.”
Pumpkin spice and apple pie spice creamers are available, for an RRP of $5.99 per 16oz carton, via the company’s website, with gingerbread set to launch in early October.
Earlier this year, Elmhurst 1925 expanded its portfolio of single-serve oat milk with the launch of three new flavours.
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