I like milk. I've milked cows and had fresh raw milk from a Jersey. It was rich, but not my favorite. The milk in France is quite good but make sure you order it "froid" or cold. Warm milk never did anything for me. When I was 19 I drove a milk truck and did home deliveries. Getting up at 3:00 every morning kind of ruined my social life, but I did enjoy the job driving around the different apartment buildings in Chicago.
Never did care for that watery stuff packed in plastic bottles in the supermarket chains. I was delighted when I found Darigold carried at a grocer in town ( a little out of my way). Their freshness dates are a full month longer than anyone else and they package them in waxed cartons (prevents leaching found in plastic). By far, the best tasting milk I've ever had. I'm not sure if they use other than Holsteins for their herd or if it's in their processing, but it is a superior product.
A week ago the milk had a different taste which took me a while to figure out. It was the hint of almonds. Interesting flavor, but did not belong. I dropped a note to the comment line. Within a day they wrote back, apologized and offered to send some coupons to replace the milk. What was the most interesting is when they told me what happened: the line had produced an almond creamer and the lines were not 100% flushed out. And this was from a consumer advocate (everyone should have one I think).
This I liked. They figured out what happened, told me about it and made things right. Contrast this to back in 1985 when we had a problem with Jewel's dairy in Chicago and they stonewalled us.