Read more. Barista edition blends of oat milk are typically better suited for steaming and pouring latte art. Minor Figures and Oatly have both released ready-to-drink canned oat milk beverages, for example, nitro lattes, chai lattes, iced matcha lattes and iced mochas. Oatly's fortified oat milk contains (among other things) vitamin D (20% of the daily value versus 25% in cow’s milk); calcium (25% versus 30% for cow’s milk), and vitamin B12 (50% versus 18% in cow’s milk), although not as much protein and more carbs than some other milks. All around, I think the Califia Oat Milk will be a regular in our household. I couldn’t tell much difference from the Oatly regular milk. Note: To be fair, Oatly’s Barista Edition product wasn’t readily available to us. And if you don’t feel like a latte you will be happy to know that this product tastes just as amazing if you drink it straight or pour it on your granola or put it to work with your cooking skills. Update: Oatly Barista is still excellent, but Amazon seems to be exploiting the shortage of this product to charge a ridiculous price - almost triple what I paid 6 months ago. Cashew Milk is Coffee Enemy #1 It also frothed a little better for my morning latte than the Oatly version does which is always a plus in my coffee book. Oatly’s barista-grade product, which steams better than most nondairy milks and performs just as well cold, he said, stirred up excitement at trade events and among friends in the business. Just heat this barista edition oat drink in a container while giving it a whirl until it foams up nicely and then pour yourself a latte without milk. They specifically created it for coffee lovers like us, but after a major sellout in the US, the product was not back on the shelves yet. Much cheaper elsewhere if you can find it, so I've cut my stars to 3, not based on the quality of the product, but because it's way overpriced & to warn customers that it should cost around 1.80 per litre.