Discover plant-based milk at pop-up event, selected cafes

Milklab offers a range of dairy-free milk which includes almond, oat, soy, coconut and macadamia catering to a variety of tastes and dietary needs.

COFFEE lovers can indulge in freshly brewed coffee made with Milklab plant-based milk, either at the Milklab Oat Float pop-up event or through the brand’s Milklab Coffee Run partnerships with key cafes in Malaysia.

Milklab oat milk with its rich and creamy mouthfeel, made with 100% Australian oats, is proving to be a favourite alternative to dairy milk.

As the top plant-based milk brand served in Australian cafes, Milklab offers a wide range of dairy-free milk which includes almond, oat, soy, coconut and macadamia options to cater to a variety of tastes and dietary needs.

Milklab’s product range complements the flavour of espresso.

Established in 2015, the alternative milk brand helped to provide the hospitality industry, particularly the coffee industry, with a premium product to elevate the cafe coffee experience for customers.

Propelled by the booming coffee industry across Australia and the rest of the world, Milklab sought to create an inclusive range of products.

Milklab Asia and Africa sales director Peter Brown said, “At Milklab, we understand the importance of choice and inclusivity.

“That’s why we’ve developed plant-based milk options that are designed to meet the needs and preferences of a wide variety of consumers.

“Our oat milk, in particular, is carefully crafted to provide the perfect balance of flavour and texture for coffee lovers.

“Our primary objective is to deliver an outstanding coffee experience for all.”

Through the Milklab Coffee Run partnership with selected cafes in Malaysia, customers will get to enjoy dairy-free coffee plus exclusive deals such as one-for-one coffee when they sign up at the participating cafes.

For details on participating cafes, visit

Malaysians can also enjoy the combination of espresso and Milklab oat milk at the Milklab Oat Float pop-up event at Publika Kuala Lumpur until Sunday.

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