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January 22, 2021Reviewer: Dean in New Jersey* Unfortunately the formula for this syrup just changed for the worse. The old version was amazing. I hope the mfg goes back to the old formula. This new lighter colored one is way thinner, too sweet and doesn't have much flavor. Also the calories/nutrition label changed. I have an old bottle which was 20 cal for 2 tbsp. New one is 45 cal for 2 tbsp. This is the same cal as Aunt Jemima Light syrup (not the sugar free version) which is much cheaper.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpfulOctober 27, 2012Reviewer: A customer in Georgia* Oh Gosh! I fell in love with this syrup immediately upon tasting it! I poured some on my pancakes (approx 1/4 cup),and it was the most delightful treat! However, after 10 minutes of eating it, my stomach has been rumbling violently for hours now. I mean people in the room I am sitting in can actually hear my stomach literally rumbling. I am very sad about this because while the syrup taste superfantastic, the chemical sweetener in it (i.e. maltitol) is disastrous for my digestion system :-( ...I really really regret that I won't be able to buy this again. I am jealous of those of you who can tolerate the sweetener.