A CORNISH dairy is now selling its award-winning barista milk via an online supermarket. 

Trewithen Dairy, who work with family farms across Cornwall, created a milk that is set to produce the 'perfect froth for coffee' - and now, instead of selling directly to coffee shops, the dairy is offering the milk to customers who can buy it from Ocado for £2. 

The milk contains 3.5% protein with 4% butterfat.

Trewithen Dairy works with farmers who are close to home ensuring all their milk comes from a blend of Brown Swiss, Friesian, Holsteins and Jersey cows who graze on Cornish grass on farms with standards that are higher than industry requirements.  

"We created, developed and launched this product with baristas for baristas, in partnership with Stores Supply who are experts in the specialty coffee space and whose insights and support have been invaluable," said Francis Clarke, director. 

"Our barista milk has been hugely popular in cafés across the UK for the last few years and it’s now so exciting to be able to offer everyone across the country the chance to try making their own coffees with it for the first time.”

Feedback from baristas who tried the milk at the London Coffee Festival reported that the new product “steams and froths very nicely, better than any others” and was “very sweet, lasts longer and works fantastically well with dark or light coffee". 

Trewithen Dairy is owned and run by the Clarke family, who have owned Greymare Farm in the Glynn Valley since 1976 and started crafting dairy products there in March 1994.