a mild flavour
Some of us are sensitive to the protein in cows’ milk. Not everyone experiences it in the same way. For example, you may find that a glass of cows’ milk doesn’t agree with you but a cows’ milk yogurt or cheese is fine. Sometimes very young children will have a sensitivity that they grow out of as they move into the toddler years. .
Because the protein structure differs to that of cows’ milk, many people with sensitivities find that they tolerate goats’ milk very well. At Glenisk, we regularly hear from customers who believe that adding goats’ milk to their diet helps to alleviate the symptoms of some common problems including digestive complaints, asthma or eczema.
If you are suffering with any of these conditions, it is always advisable to seek advice from your GP, specialist or dietitian. If you decide that you’d like to give goats’ milk or goats’ yogurt a try, get in touch with us at [email protected] and we’ll be glad to organise a complimentary voucher so your first one is on us.
A common misconception is that goats’ milk or goats’ yogurt will have a very strong ‘goaty’ flavour, more akin to that of goats’ cheese. In fact, our milk and yogurt have a mild, creamy flavour and many of our customers choose it simply for its delicious taste.