Autocrat Coffee Milk Syrup - 16 oz
- A vital ingredient in coffee milk.
- Voted "Best Product Made in Rhode Island".
- Simply mix with milk.
- Refrigerate after opening.
- Size: 16 fl oz.
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Top Customer Reviews
High fructose corn syrup, corn syrup, coffee extract, caramel color and potassium sorbate. Contains sulfites.
I also think that the ratio of sugars to coffee is off---way too sweet. Next time I will look for coffee extract, and add my own sweeteners.
When the the official drink of Rhode Island become total garbage?
My advice? Make your own. Heat some dark brown sugar and white sugar with very little water and add strong coffee. It literally tastes the same, but without the cheap genetically modified ingredients.
"Autocrat - Premium coffee and syrup since 1895"
I wonder when they changed their formula to include such "premium" garbage?
Be sure to shop around right here on Amazon. You can get eight times the amount of Autocrat (four 32-oz. bottles) for just about twice the cost of this single 16-oz. bottle, and it is Amazon Prime eligible.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've purchased many times and very happy with the shipping speed and product!Published 18 months ago by Karen Schwarz
A new England favorite that I loved since I was a kid. If you haven't tried it you are missing out.Published 21 months ago by Dave F
I'd never heard of coffee milk before. I was searching for a coffee syrup to add to my protein shakes to add more flavor and came across this stuff. It's great! Read morePublished 22 months ago by marie
Very good, sweet, and energizing. I want some now just writing this review. Heard about this from a friend back east and had to order it. Read morePublished 22 months ago by Jeffrey Trop