Elmhurst 1925, a New York-based producer of plant-based nut and grain milks, has expanded its hemp creamer line with three new flavours: French vanilla, hazelnut and golden milk.
Joining original unsweetened hemp creamer, which was launched in February, the new variants are made with five ingredients, including real hemp cream.
According to Elmhurst, the plant-based creamers are perfect for pouring and stirring into hot and iced coffee and creating light foam for lattes and cappuccinos.
“Given the outpour of positive response to our original unsweetened hemp creamer, we’ve expanded the line with approachable and trending options that offer a rich experience in creaminess and taste,” said Peter Truby, vice president of marketing at Elmhurst 1925.
“These new flavours offer a heightened taste experience while delivering the same benefits of the original unsweetened hemp creamer.”
The vegan and gluten-free creamers are made without added gums, emulsifiers, carrageenan or oils. Like all Elmhurst products, hemp creamers are crafted through the firm’s HydroRelease method – a process that separates the components of a nut, grain or seed before reassembling them as a creamy, beverage-ready emulsion.
Elmhurst hemp creamers are available in 16oz cartons with a suggested retail price of $6.99. French vanilla, hazelnut and original unsweetened hemp creamer are available now online and will be coming to Fairway Market, Sprouts Farmers Market and Central Market this summer. Golden milk hemp creamer will be available online and on store shelves in July 2019.
Last September, Elmhurst 1925 launched unsweetened milked walnuts and unsweetened milked cashews, which are said to be suitable for drinking by the glass, stirring into coffee, adding to hot and cold cereals, blending into smoothies and cooking into sauces.
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