December 22, 2014 Reviewer: patricia in New Jersey
I love the salted caramel or the coconut syrups mixed in with some seltzer water and a little heavy cream, stir it up and it is just like an old fashioned soda drink. Or I mix it into some unsweetened almond milk. Does not raise my blood sugars.
This review is specific to Sugar Free Syrup, Salted Caramel
I use Torani, DeVinci and Monin. I use the sugar free syrups in oatmeal, pudding, and esp a way of mixing chocolate, almond roca, vanilla, pralines, sweetener, toasted marshmellow with two tsp of a low cal hot chocolate mix, 2 tsp of Hersheys unsweetened cocoa, 1 tsp powdered skim milk (need to bring my calcium up for my blood work) and Splenda and make it into one of those double large mugs that most people use for soup. I figured the calories are 45-50 for the double mug. I don't think a lot of people know about these sugar free syrups!
This review is specific to Sugar Free Syrup, Sweetener (plastic)
These are fantastic! I've tried other sugar-free flavor syrups and most have been weak in flavor, watery, and downright terrible. The Torani SF's are almost universally great. I love to have this to add to coffee or tea and use it pretty much every day. I've tried Salted Caramel (my #1 fave), French Vanilla, Vanilla Bean, Red Raspberry (really strong and VERY red FYI), Coconut, and Peach (good but milder than other flavors). The only one I've tried that I didn't like was the Brown Sugar Cinnamon. Seemed great in theory but the faux cinnamon flavor is strong and bitter - and when you combine that with dark roast coffee? Not so good in my book - YMMV. But overall these are excellent in both flavor and strength. Such a great addition to a low carb diet!