Dairy free milk for coffee machines

We’re excited to introduce to you our latest innovation, dual milk coffee machines! We’ve engineered our milk fridges to hold separate regular and dairy free milk, allowing those with dietary needs or health concerns to enjoy the same quality coffee. We’re even working with the oat milk masters at Minor Figures to ensure we’re delivering the best milk alternative for tea and coffee! Tap the button below to get in touch and arrange a demo or find out more.

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Check out our dual milk coffee machines

At present, we have two machines in our range equipped with dual milk functionality. These are the F5 Egro Next fresh milk bean-to-cup machine, as well as the G2 Krea Touch granulated milk bean-to-cup machine. Watch this space for more details coming soon.

Up to 200 people

F5 Egro Next

F5 Egro Next

Our premium bean-to-cup machine can now be customised to include a dual milk fridge. This allows your machine to have a regular and dairy free milk option for all drinks. What’s more, the milk supply tube is flushed with dairy free milk after every use, ensuring there is no dairy contamination risk between drinks.

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Up to 100 people

G2 Krea Touch coffee machine

G2 Krea Touch

Multiple powder hoppers allow the G2 Krea Touch to offer both regular and dairy-free milk options for all the milky drinks. And it’s easy to use too, thanks to the intuitive touchscreen display.

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Oat milk recipes

Have you received issue 03 of Spilling the Beans yet? Inside you'll find some amazing recipes for oat milk drinks to try in the office. Don't worry if you don't have your copy to hand though, we've made recipe videos and added them below! Try them yourself and let us know what you think.

Oat Milk Vanilla Matcha
Oat Milk Honey Latte

What are the benefits of dairy free milk in the office?

There are obvious dietary reasons for providing a dairy free milk option in the workplace. Many people have health, allergy and dietary requirements that prevent them from having cows milk. With a plant-based dairy free milk option, they can still enjoy milky hot drinks. And using our dairy free milk for coffee machines, this can include favourites like lattes, cappuccinos and flat whites too!

But from a sustainability point of view, these dairy free milk options can also be kinder on the environment. Oat milk, for example, requires significantly less land and water to produce compared to cows milk. The other big environmental advantage of this milk alternative is that oats can be grown pretty much anywhere. They can be grown easily in temperate climates, and are not tied up in difficult issues such as deforestation or loss of biodiversity.

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What’s the best milk alternative for tea and coffee?

With oat milk, we like to think we’ve found the best milk alternative for tea and coffee. It certainly wins the popular vote in our offices! That being said, there are many dairy free milk options for you to try. We’d love to know your thoughts on the subject! Talk to a member of the team today.

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