UNISOY® Instant Organic Soya Milk (soy milk) offers great nutritional benefits in a delicious and convenient way to ensure that you and your family enjoy all the best that life has to offer. 100% Pure Goodness · Only made from 100% top grade, non-GMO organic soya beans. · Contains no artificial flavouring, colouring or preservatives. Nutritious and Delicious · Fully de-hulled beans bring out tasty smoothness and nutritional value. · Cholesterol-free, low fat and low sugar with added calcium. Sealed with Quality · USDA organic and Healthier Choice Symbol for highest food safety and quality standards. Ideal for Everyone · Lactose-free & nutritious alternative for those who are lactose-intolerant or do not enjoy the taste of milk.
The grainy taste and sweet aroma is lacking. Instead, it is bland and does not taste like the authentic soya bean milk. Apart from the taste, it costs more than the soya bean milk from the wet markets or processed soya milk packets.
No thanks, but I'll stick to soya bean milk from wet markets.
Also, I think Unisoy processes their powdered soymilk too much in an attempt to make it healthier, ruining the taste of the soymilk. I also didn't quite like the idea that soymilk could be made in the powdered form as real soymilk is much harder to get (in other words, much harder than pouring hot water onto powder from a sachet.)
I wouldn't recommend Unisoy, but I suppose I'd drink it if I had a sudden, urgent craving for soymilk. Besides that, nah.
Take lactose, for example. Whilst I acknowledge the removal of lactose has indeed made soymilk drinkable for a larger group of people, lactose is what makes milk milk. Without lactose, the delicious milky taste is invariably lost in the process. Moreover, artificial removal of natural sugars has further reduced the original quality of the soymilk.
Another point that deters me from buying Unisoy would be the price. A packet with 12 sticks of Unisoy powder can easily cost more than $150. And since I don't get the quality I expect from paying so much for a sachet of soymilk, I see no point in buying it. I would rather buy a $1.30 cup of warm soymilk from Mr. Bean anyday.
I humbly pass on Unisoy and will rather stick to the soya milk from the wet markets.
Of course, the healthy soya milk does not apply to those packet sugared drinks from Yeos or Marigold or similar products. The type of healthy soya milk cost a bit more than those. I was a lazy person so I did not get myself the soya milk machine but instead I looked for instant soya milk. This was one of the brands I found and it tasted nice to me and since then this was the brand I would go to for instant soya milk.
I was an chocolate milk-aholic. I was addicted to it! No drinks could satisfy me in the mornings as much as a mug containing litres of chocolate milk could! My perceptions took a turn when I first attempted Unisoy.
The flavour is definitely far from amazing. It sometimes wavered treacherously near the word 'bland'. However, Unisoy isn't merely an ordinary drink that lingered near bland realm. Surprisingly, I was full with merely a jug of Unisoy soya drink. There was barely any space left for cereals or sandwiches! Hence, I relied on Unisoy for some sort of a light breakfast that aids in my dietary mission!
Ponders. It could have been the coming of age that I became more health-conscious and one fine day, decided to test out the sachet. It's easy like all sachet drinks- add hot water and ta-dah! As the name says it, soy, soy bean milk it is. I was amazed by how creamy and rich the drink is and how similar it tasted to a regular cup from Mr. Bean, less the powdery texture. I always have them around for rushy mornings. Wouldn't say I love the drink but, yup, it's an alternative morning beverage which can keep me full till the next meal.
UNISOY is a lot different from other soya drinks. It's mouth-watering and soothing. It's the type of drink where you find yourself having another round.
There's two types of soya drinks-not counting cereal and oatmeal. I normally buy Instant Nutritious Soya Milk Powder, as it's cheaper. For 15 sticks, it cost... Are you ready? Wait for it... S$6++! I know what you're thinking. It's way too exorbitant. Instant Nutritious Soya Milk Powder 'No Cane Sugar Added' costs S$7++. Also, for 15 sticks.
If you happen to be a fan of soya drink and am not afraid of spending more moolah, then this is the drink for you.