Oat Drink Extra Creamy

Vegan, Gluten Free, Non-GMO, Glyphosate-Free, Kosher-UDE

So only the best is good enough, huh? Then drinking Extra Creamy Oat Drink is for you. It’s the obvious choice when you want to swap whole cow’s milk for something good for the planet. If you use this super delicious oat drink when you bake, your muffins, cakes and breads will come out so moist that it may not even bother you when people use the word “moist.” Pour it in your coffee or tea — it so thoughtfully stays smooth and delicious without acting weird or separating. This product actually might qualify as the best, but since it’s made of oats and oats are really humble, it will always be cool.

Oatly Oat Drink Extra Creamy Boisson d’avoine extra crémeuse 1.89L

What's Amazing

100% luxurious flavor! It doesn’t taste like diamonds or anything, but it’s perfectly creamy without all the saturated fats you usually get when you drink something creamy. In fact, whole cow’s milk has 5g of saturated fat per serving while this product only has 1g. Then why is it called Extra Creamy, you ask? Well, this one’s more about unsaturated fat (it has a lot!).* So if you don’t have a yacht but still want to flaunt your luxurious lifestyle, you can brag about the nice, oat drink you're gulping.

BREAKING NEWS! Our Extra Creamy Oat Drink is the first of our products to have DHA in addition to the other awesome vitamins, calcium and minerals in all our oat drinks. We think this product is going to help us ace our company goals — specifically, our goal to make it easier for people to upgrade their lives by switching to a more plant-based diet. Because if you’re a person who currently drinks full fat cow’s milk with DHA, it seems like you might be into switching to this Extra Creamy Oat Drink with DHA, especially since you’re here reading an Extra Creamy Oat Drink webpage and everything. Also, in case anyone’s not sure why DHA is such a big deal in the first place, we’d like to mention that it is an amazing omega-3 fatty acid that’s pretty famous for being good for your brain, heart and eyes.** (And it comes with its own asterisks, so you know you’re good.)

*Replacing saturated fats with unsaturated fats in your daily diet contributes to maintaining a recommended cholesterol level.

**Some studies have shown that consumption of DHA, as part of a healthy diet and lifestyle, may provide important brain, heart and eye benefits throughout all stages of life.

What might be less amazing

To make it work really great in coffee, we’ve added acidity regulators. Yes, we’re aware that doesn’t sound super fun. But the advantages outweigh the disadvantages, we promise.

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Oat base (water, gluten-free oats), Low erucic acid rapeseed oil. Contains 2% or less of: Dipotassium phosphate, Calcium carbonate, Tricalcium phosphate, Sea salt, Dicalcium phosphate, DHA algal oil, Sodium ascorbate, Tocopherols (antioxidant), Zinc, Riboflavin, Vitamin A, Vitamin D2, Vitamin B12.

Nutritional Values

Nutrition Facts per 250ml:,
Fat9g (12%*)
of which saturates 1g (5%*)
+ Trans0g
Fibre2g (7%*)
of which sugars3g (7%*)
Fibre2g (7%*)
of which sugars7g (7%*)
Sodium100mg (4%*)
Potassium500mg (10%*)
Calcium350 (27%*)
Iron0.3 (2%*)
Vitamin A100μg (11%*)
Vitamin D22mg (10%*)
Riboflavin0.4mg (31%*)
Vitamin B121.05mg (44%*)
Zinc1 (9%*)
  1. Linoleic acid 2.0 g