Disclaimer: Koru Yoghurt provided me with samples of their yoghurts and free coupons to give away.
A few months ago I was given the chance to try a new product called Koru Yoghurt. Even though I have focused on non-dairy yoghurt I have started adding dairy back in my life before the birth of my second baby. I was craving dairy and this was a delicious new product.
Koru creamery-style yoghurt is owned by Land O’ Lakes company and has been working to bring very unique products to the yogurt shelves in supermarkets.Even though there are currently available in the Northeast and Great Lakes areas you can request this product to be at your local grocer.
Why the “h” in the yoghurt? Well, not only does it look elegant but it makes the product look unique.
The company currently sells 5 flavors. Strawberry and Goji is not shown in this picture but I was given a nice cooler filled with these yoghurt goodies plus a nice plastic cup to drink on the go.
Here is what I thought of these flavors:
Pomegranate + Cherry: Cherry flavors are my favorite so it was great to see this paired with pomegranate.It was fresh and flavorful.
Mango: Tropical flavors and perfect with a muffin. There were chunks of fruit and delicious.
Passion Fruit: This is definitely not a fruit flavor one sees on the shelf so I was excited to try it. It was SO good and full of flavor.
Peach: This was a unique flavor with chunks of fruit. It was nothing too exciting.
Strawberry + Goji: I love super fruits and this was a great combination. I heard first hand that the company is going to expand the yoghurt line with more super fruit flavors. How wonderful!
Which was my favorite? Passion Fruit all the way!
Even though I got to share this with my husband, he did not particularly like this product because there was not enough fruit on the bottom. I did not agree since the cup size was only 5.3 ounce it was the perfect amount.
Some people prefer mixing the yogurt with the fruit on the bottom but I personally liked eating the yoghurt and then eating the fruit on the bottom. The fruit is lightly sweetened with honey, sugar and delicious fruit.
This is not greek-style yogurt but a creamy and smooth snack or dessert. Each container costs $1.79 which is a little more expensive than the other brands out there. I personally will not buy this anymore since my lactose issues returned after having the baby, but I would like someone to enjoy.
How about having a chance to win some free coupons?
Two people will have a chance to each win 5 coupons to try this product for FREE. Thanks to Koru for providing these coupons.
Want to find out where this product is sold? Check out the product locator to see if you are eligible for the giveaway.