Whatever language you use to say "milk" it is still gonna freak me out to learn this milk can last for months without being refrigerated. The milk comes in a sort of chicken stock container, which I suppose is what makes this milk last an ungodly amount of time. Granted once you pop open the top of the carton the packaging suggests you drink it within seven days.
From the packaging: "Tabatchnick low fat milk is manufactured utilizing Ultra High Temperature(UHT) process and packed in an aseptic pack to protect the freshness and natural flavor, without preservatives."
I'd be lying if I said I understood what the UHT process entails, but at least long lasting milk seems to have been achieved without the addition of any franken-chemicals to artificially make the milk stay fresh.
Most importantly, this milk doesn't taste too bad at all. It tasted fine in coffee and worked well in pancake batter. A nice cold glass went well with some cookies.
A+ if I'm not thinking about how this milk could be years old.