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February 16, 2020Reviewer: Deanna in Oregon* Really like this syrup. I usually get the Walden Farms but this stuff is thicker. It doesn't have a strong maple/pancake syrup-type flavor which is why I'm only giving it four stars. I feel it could be a bit sweeter, too. Overall, great though.
October 27, 2019Reviewer: A guest* It is good but we couldn't find it in any nearby stores.
November 21, 2018Reviewer: A guest* When I had my first taste of the Smuckers Syrup we enjoyed it very much. We asked the waitress where did the Smuckers Syrup come from. Well we got the run around from her answers ,so I decided to look on the internet and bam. We ordered six and we are very pleased with what we received from Netrition in Albany New York. Happy in Chicago!
September 28, 2017Reviewer: A guest* I'll compare this to Cary's Sugar Free Syrup, which Netrition should consider stocking. Among the sugar free, imitation maple syrups, Cary's probably comes closest to matching the tangy but very mild flavor and watery texture of Grade A Amber pure maple syrup. Smucker's on the other hand more closely matches the major brands of artificial pancake syrups. It is much thicker and has a stronger flavor that is mellower than real maple, with what I would almost call a hint of vanilla. It's not as tasty as regular Log Cabin, but it's good enough that I wouldn't mind if it were the only thing on the table. The main sweetener, sorbitol, has 62 g net carbs per 100 g, so a 1/4 cup serving of this has 4.1 g net carbs.