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Torani Sugar-Free Vanilla Syrup
Take in the Flavor Not the Sugar Sweetened with Splenda® This classic flavor has the creamy taste and enticing aroma of the best vanilla. For a timeless treat with none of the guilt, splash 1 oz. into brewed or iced coffees, lattes, steamers, and more. see more...
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Torani Sugar-Free Vanilla Syrup
- "I use it iced coffee of course but also to flavor whipped cream, as a clear vanilla flavor for cheesecakes, in vanilla ice cream malts and more." in 18 reviews
- "Torani makes authentically flavored, tasty syrups, and this vanilla is a great purchase if you want a shot of vanilla in your coffee or hot chocolate without all the calories of regular." in 10 reviews
- "Love this - I use it in my morning coffee for a quick spot of sweet without the extra calories." in 7 reviews
- "They are the best when making any coffee drink especially if you want the extra flavor and they come in many different flavors." in 6 reviews
- "Very fair price too for something that lasts a long time because it is very concentrated." in 5 reviews
This is my favorite coffee syrup! I am the worst at splurging on 5$ coffee, but this makes ordinary at home coffee taste like Starbucks. Plus being sugar free allows you to indulge without consequences. I love sweet coffee, and this is the perfect balance. Sometimes I will add stevia, but typically it's fine. I use this with unsweetened almond milk in my coffee and it's delicious
First off, a little goes a LONG way. Seriously. In a 16 oz iced coffee, I use 3/4 tsp. I like a hint of sweet, not hurt your teeth sweet. It can be pricey, but it’ll last months and you’ll save considerably in the long run being your own barista. I follow a low carb and high fat diet (keto) and this stuff is great!
This is my go to sugar-free syrup. It is easily obtained in small bottles at Walmart or big bottles at Win-Co. The fake sugar isn't too bitter on the taste buds and it actually does taste like vanilla syrup for the most part. It is kind of expensive, but I really think it is worth it.
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My go-to sugar free sweetener for coffee! It is actually the same as the Starbucks french vanilla sugar free. I do notice a slight fake sweetener taste but it is by far the least I've noticed from any other sugar free syrups. Just two or three pumps/tablespoons and its perfect!
I really like vanilla flavoring in my coffees, but I generally don't like sugar free syrups. I got this as a gift and decided to try it out - well, I tried it and disliked it so much that it sat in my cupboard for over a year before I finally threw it out. There is a definite "sugar free product" taste to it that I really don't like. The vanilla flavor is good, though.
I love Torani! I use it on coffee sometimes. It reminds me a lot of the STARBUCKS® Iced Espresso Classics - Skinny Vanilla Latte (also the skinny vanilla in stores). It’s good! I am only a first time user but might purchase again. I really want a sugar free pumpkin flavor
I’m not super thrilled or in love with this product. I typically use other sugar free syrups for my coffee but picked this one up because the store I was at didn’t have my brand. The flavor was just okay. I felt like it had a weird after taste, I think due to the fact that it was a sugar free product.
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