Strawberry? Chocolate? Milk features flavours that don’t mix


Larry Martin created multi-flavoured milk to help encourage kids to drink more of it

CBC News Posted: Mar 01, 2015 12:21 PM ET Last Updated: Mar 01, 2015 12:21 PM ET

People who can’t make up their mind about which flavour of milk to drink can now rest easy. A dairy entrepreneur has created a beverage that combines three flavours — chocolate, strawberry and regular — without mixing them.

Those tasting Larry Martin’s Shaka milk will taste a different flavour with each sip.

Users simply empty a package of chocolate milk globules and strawberry milk globules into regular milk. The more they shake the bottle, the smaller the flavour globules become. The end results looks much like a lava lamp, he says in a promotional YouTube video.

“As you’re drinking it, you get different amounts of each of the flavour,” says Martin.

Martin hopes the healthy and fun beverage will encourage more kids to drink milk.

Watch the video above to see how Shaka milk works.

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