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12 pints Raw Organic Milk
12 Pints Raw Organic Full Fat Milk


 
Our Price: £23.10

Product Code: 12P
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Your twelve pints of organic raw milk will be chilled down to 2C, and put into six, 2 pint milk containers.

Your milk will then be put into a sealed insulated cardboard box and delivered  to you within 24 hours of dispatch.

For your delivery day see the Go Shoping Tab on the main website.

Average Rating: 4.5 of 5 Total Reviews: 3 Write a review »

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I LOVE this milk.... October 17, 2016
Reviewer: Errin from Greenhithe, Kent United Kingdom  
I used to order 24 pints every two weeks, for 3 years... never had one split in the freezer once.  This milk is so creamy, you only need a small amount for a cup of tea.  I feel safe knowing that Hook & Sons give their cows only the best Non GMO feed, no antibiotics etc, I wouldn't go with anyone else for safety for myself and my children. Thank you as always.

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milk splitting in freezer October 28, 2014
Reviewer: Chris Sheffield from Sutton, Surrey United Kingdom  
To anyone whose bottles are splitting (mine never have) your freezer setting is probably too high causing the water to expand too far. Try turning it down a notch or two

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Rather frustrating August 7, 2014
Reviewer: christopher hart from donhead st andrew, Wiltshire United Kingdom  
Delicious to drink - but a nuiisance to store. 12 pints needs to be frozen, so I froze the plastic cartons, and every one of them split in the freezer, then leaked cream when defrosted. What to do? Can the milk not be sent in larger containers with room to spare for expansion on freezing? Or them same containers with less milk? The only other alternative is to decant all 12 pints, bit by bit, into other containers - each carefully sterilized first, of course - and then freeze them. A lot of bother! Any suggestions?

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