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Bonsoy Organic Soy Milk 1 Litre $3.50 (Save $1.30) @ Woolworths

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Created by Japanese soy masters using recipes perfected over many centuries, Bonsoy only a premium variety of whole soybeans. The beans are cooked finely ground with purified hot water this process gives Bonsoy its unique mellow flavour. Our special variety of whole soybeans are ideal for people wishing to add soy to their daily diet. Bonsoy is a great milk alternative and is perfect for cooking and baking Bonsoy is creamy, delicious and is a healthy satisfying every day food delivering an excellent source of vegetable protein.

Ingredients

Filtered Water, Organic Whole Soybeans Min 14% (Certif, Usda, Nop), Tapioca Syrup, Sea Salt, Job's Tears (Hato Mugi), Calcium Carbonate.

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  • +2 votes

    Legend!! Time to stock up

  • +2 votes

    Had their almond milk the other day and it's really good. It actually tastes of almonds because they use roasted almond paste (aka almond butter?) instead of soaking in almonds.

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    Best soy milk. Will go load up.

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    I thought this was the best soy milk, then I tried the new so good barista edition at woollies. Everyone should try it, the whole range tastes AMAZING — but IMO particularly the oat milk

    • +1 vote

      Interesting, I've had a lot of issues lately with so good curdling when I add to my coffee. I wonder if they've cut some costs and changed the formula of the normal so good and added this option.

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        Oh really? Can’t say I’ve used the normal so good, so I can’t comment. But neither the barista soy nor oat (or almond for that matter) curdle at all with my stovetop steamer guided by a thermometer.

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    I'm going to do a double blind test on myself with this and the Woolies $1.60 one which has more organic soy in it - 17% v 14%.

    • +3 votes

      I suggest even a sniff test will draw a clear difference.

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      The main difference is the amount sugar in the Woolies and Coles ones. It tastes so sweet in comparison. I usually go Bonsoy from Aldi…$3.99

  • +5 votes

    Aldi has them at $3.90 every single day of the year

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      Yes, but it’s not $3.50 which makes it an OzBargain.

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      Oh, thank you, I did not know Aldi has it for $3.90 regularly.

      Been paying $4.80 from Woolies when Aldi is literally meters away. Will check it out in the future.

      My local cafe has it for $4.00, but I feel guilty walking in not buying a coffee, but buying a coffee negates the saving, so…:D

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        Dont feel bad,

        The cafe wouldnt be selling it unless they profiting from it,

        I would buy a case and a coffee for the walk back, win win.

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    i've recently have been trying to make the switch from regular to soy milk; so far i've tried coles boxed brand (ugh) and evergreen 2l bottles (good). how does this fare?

    • +3 votes

      Try before you buy.
      Also, basically every cafe in Australia seems to be using Bonsoy.

    • +4 votes

      Basically this is hands down the best for coffee milk drinks. I would say there isnt much of a soy beany taste, thus being the best for coffee. However if you’re looking to drink it plain, its probably not worth it and there are cheaper alternatives available.

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      I wouldn't get it for straight up drinking, or even to eat with cereal. There are better (subjective) and cheaper options.

      Cafes use it probably because it froths closest to milk.

      Almost all cafes I go to use Bonsoy, so kind of used to the taste when mixed with shots of espresso, and that's why I get it to go with coffee.

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      Try Sanitarium Barista oat milk. (Do not confuse with So Good or other Sanitarium milks - only the Barista Oat, maybe the other Barista branded ones too but I havn't tried them - I find So Good and the others very bad tasting).

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      It's a trial and error thing. I have been drinking Soy Milk for 10 years and there are so many brands I think are horrible to taste. Bonsoy is my fav but depends if you want to spend $4 each I guess…I haven't found a cheaper alternative that I truely like.

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    is it sugar free?

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    Thanks for the heads up, will stock up some. Some cafes have them for less than supermarkets' regular price, good places to look when they are not on special.

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    I can't wait to empty my store and add more to my soy bunker, I cant function without this anymore, I consume a steady stream intravenously 240ml an hour. Cheers for sharing deal op 👍

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    Great, need some more anyway.
    Prefer this on sale than vitasoy soy milk which is never on sale anymore (and Chinese owned)

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    Job's Tears

    How are they harvesting his tears when he's dead? OR IS HE ACTUALLY ALIVE? Omg conspiracy.

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      He cried after they started making the iPad after he said Apple would never make anything bigger than a 5 inch screen.

  • +1 vote

    This is good but personally I find Happy Soy Boy to be even better, especially with coffee.

  • +8 votes
    Found a way to get it below $3 per L

    https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/538506

    With this deal, theoretically, if you buy more than 28 Bonsoy, say for example 50. Assuming you have free shipping from Woolworths Online (can do free month trial), total cost would be $149.62.

    50 x $3.50 -> $175 -> 10% off Woolworths Online -> $157.50 -> 5% off Woolworths Gift Cards -> $149.62 ~ $2.99 each

    Saving off RRP ($4.80) by ~37.5%. Or saving from Aldi price ($3.90) by ~25%.

    Adding to this Woolworths Rewards points, the above calculation would net you 150 Rewards points with the following 1000 points and $10 off spend at Woolworths, 150 would be $1.50 off.

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    Some Gloria Jeans and McDonald's (being franchises probably all of them), use "Vitasoy Cafe for Baristas", most independent cafes I have visited use Bonsoy for Soy and Milk Lab for almond.

    Bonsoy also has almond, which is currently on sale at Woolworths for $3.70, not bad but would stick with soy.

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    standard price at Aldi is $3.99

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    Isnt this ozbargain? why not buy a Xiaomi Soybean Milk Maker

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