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Looking for the best oat milk you can buy? These five brands rose to the top in one writer’s taste test.

When it comes to Millennial food obsessions, oat milk is the new avocado—it’s extremely versatile, delicious, and you can add it to almost everything. This extra-creamy, semi-sweet beverage has taken the world by storm; oat milklattes are everywhere—on social media and our neighborhood coffee shops and even the shelves at the grocery store.

The question isn’t whether oat milk is worth purchasing in the first place, it’s: What are the best oat milks you can buy?

As a health writer and self-proclaimed oat-milk-latte connoisseur, I did the work for you and tried them all. After extensive research, I’m ready to declare the following products the best oat milks you can buy.

Oatly Barista Oat Milk

Oatly was first on the scene, but this brand is also number one in terms of texture and creaminess. Out of all the oat milk products I’ve tried, Oatly most closely resembles half and half—my other go-to creamer—but is a little bit lighter and has an extra hint of sweetness. I use this Barista Edition oat milk in my cold brew coffee every single morning. It’s creamy enough to give you that amazing “dripping down the cup” look when you pour it over coffee, and it doesn’t separate or get clumpy like other dairy alternatives (I’m looking at you, almond milk).

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Califia Farms Unsweetened Oat Milk 

Califia Farms is my go-to brand for almond milk—thanks to its taste and nutrition profile—and their oat milk is no different. Smooth and naturally creamy, this oat milk has no gums or stabilizers like carrageenan, which is suspected to be detrimental to human health. I’d recommend this oat milk for cereal or general use. Because it’s unsweetened, it pairs nicely with something sweeter like chocolate chip cookies or a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.

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Pacific Foods Organic Oat Milk Barista Edition

If you like making hot coffee at home, Pacific Foods Organic Oat Milk is a perfect choice. The Barista Edition is commonly used in your favorite coffee shops and for good reason—it foams like a champ, acting similarly to cow’s milk when you heat it up on the stove or in a milk foamer.

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Elmhurst Milked Oats

If you’re looking for a healthy but also indulgent oat milk, look no further than Elmhurst Milked Oats. With just five ingredients and no added gums or emulsifiers, Elmhurst takes simplicity to a new level. That said, it also contains a few grams of cane sugar, so it has a richness to it that makes it perfect for pouring on top of oatmeal. I often use it as a base for overnight oatschia pudding, or dairy-free hot chocolate.

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Minor Figures Oat Milk

This oat milk was developed by professional baristas in the UK to create the perfect oat milk latte. It’s naturally sweet, balanced, and creates a silky microfoam when you steam it. It has no added sugar, so it’s great if you’re looking to reduce your sugar intake. I like it *almost* as much as Oatly, but Oatly is more widely available, so it remains my go-to for my morning coffee.

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Whether you’re whipping up a cold brew, a homemade cappuccino, or you’re just looking for a way to make your overnight oats creamier and more delicious, these are the best oat milks you can buy.

Related Video: Try This Easy Oat Milk Recipe If You Like to DIY

Gretchen Lidicker is a writer, researcher, and author of the book CBD Oil Everyday Secrets: A Lifestyle Guide To Hemp-Derived Health & Wellness. She has a masters degree in physiology and complementary and alternative medicine from Georgetown University and is the former health editor at mindbodygreen. She’s been featured in the New York Times, Marie Claire, Forbes, SELF, The Times, Huffington Post, and Travel + Leisure.