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Hershey's Syrup, Sugar-Free Chocolate, 17.5-Ounce Bottles (Pack of 6)


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  • Perfect for milk, ice cream, desserts, coffee, and more
  • Genuine chocolate flavor that is sugar free
  • Gluten-free and kosher syrup
  • Great option for party guests who prefer treats without sugar
  • Includes 6 bottles of Hershey's Sugar Free Syrup (17.5-Ounce bottles)
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Ingredients
water, erythritol, glycerin, cocoa, natural flavors, citric acid, xanthan gum, salt, potassium sorbate, sodium benzoate, caramel color, acesulfame potassium, sucralose, vanillin, artificial flavor, zinc sulfate vitamin e acetate, niacinamide and biotin.

Directions
Refrigerate after opening.
Use it for: Chocolate milk: Stir 2 to 3 tablespoons into 8 oz. of cold milk.
Desserts: Pour over ice cream, cakes and other desserts.
Sugar free hot chocolate: Stir 2 tablespoons into 8 oz. of milk and heat.

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Product Description

Perfect for any occasion, HERSHEY'S Syrup is a household favorite for flavored milk, ice cream or to make everyday treats extra special. With a variety of flavors and uses, HERSHEY'S Syrup has something for everyone in your family. HERSHEY'S Syrup Brings Your Family Together.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 6.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
  • ASIN: B001EQ4RWQ
  • UPC: 034000001255
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (83 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #9,328 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
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Customer Reviews

I don't know if I just received a bad batch or if this is how it supposed to taste.
Disco Dancer
What a disappointment; Hershey's sugar-free chocolate syrup tastes like medicine, and it has a bitter aftertaste.
still
Not only does it tastes like there is no sweetener, it has a horrible chemical aftertaste to it.
Dave in AZ

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

44 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Lowcarber on July 9, 2011
I was reluctant to buy this product because of all the bad reviews and I thought maybe all the good reviews were put there by the families of the team who concocted this product. Just the other day, my co-worker gave me a chocolate brownie made with erythritol and I enjoyed it and I waited for a weird aftertaste and I waited for any laxative effect. Neither. I was the grocery store today and I picked up some sugar-free Oreos and then I saw this bottle of sugar-free Hershey's chocolate syrup and then I instantly thought back to all these reviews.

As a lowcarber, I use stevia in my soy milk, my hemp milk, my tea and my coffee. I think stevia is TERRIBLE with chocolate. All the chocolate products out there are usually made with maltitol and sucralose mix, which I do enjoy. So, if there was such a product out there like this, I would buy it. I don't have the explosive diarrhea or upset stomach or other related episodes that other people have with maltitol. Maybe they consume A LOT more than I, or maybe I'm special. Having tried recently the chocolate brownie, I thought what the heck.

I mixed in three teaspoons of syrup into my soy milk and I absolutely thought it was GREAT AND DELICIOUS! Those naysayers were exaggerating! The flavor was not as sweet as I expected, but that's okay since most commercial products are way too sweet, just like the sugar-free chocolates on the market. So, I thought it was genius that it was just sweet enough. And when you go low carb, everything starts to taste too sweet and obnoxious after awhile.

I did notice a slight bitter aftertaste that was not attributable to natural chocolate. The bitterness was fleeting and not unpleasant, so I didn't mind it. The lingering taste in my mouth is a slightly sweet chocolate, not a chemical taste.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By J on November 16, 2009
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I purchased this item to save on calories and carbs. I primarily use this syrup to make mochas, smoothies and hot chocolate. I agree that if tasted straight from the bottle this has a bitter, sour taste. However for what I am using it for it works out great. I must admit I do add Splenda to sweeten it up but it does add the chocolate flavor I am looking for and once mixed with the other ingredients the bitterness and sour flavor disappears. This is an item that will stay in my kitchen.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Jayne on January 24, 2012
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This must be my 4th order, but I like this syrup. I've been drinking chocolate milk since I was a toddler ( my mum used to bring us all our glass of milk at bedtime.) so I've been drinking Hershey's syrup and nestles powder (and then syrup) for many years.
The only negative I could think of is that it seems to take more syrup to get more of a chocolate flavor.
You'll also need to mix or stir it longer.
I don't know if there are some bad batches out there, but what I've gotten so far tastes great, although I seem to use more of it.
Nestles has a sugarless quick powder, that's good too, but I was getting tired of that.
Missed the dark chocolate taste of Hershey.
I suppose I'd advise someone to give it a try. If you can return the unopened bottles , then give it a try.
I go through probably TOO much of it. I have 2 teen sons who like it too.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Laura on August 23, 2010
I was so happy to see Sugar-free Hershey's Syrup on the grocery store shelf. Anticipated all day having a scoop of sugar-free ice cream with a drizzle of sugar-free chocolate syrup. Am I ever glad I tasted the syrup before ruining the ice cream with it.

This syrup has the most vile, bitter taste - totally not palatable at all. Hersey's Company - WHAT ARE YOU THINKING? I am a chocolate lover from way back and there is nothing to this taste that even resembles chocolate. Very disappointed and wasted $3.50 to boot.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Fudge Brownie on December 20, 2010
I think how much you will like this depends on a) how many other sugar-free chocolate syrups you've tried, and b) how you plan on using the syrup. If you have tried a lot of sugar-free syrups, you will like this one. If you're used to sugared syrups, you will find that this product, like other sugar-free products, takes some getting used to. For me, some of this on top of my low carb vanilla ice cream with some nuts works just fine, and I feel like I'm getting a real treat. I haven't tried guzzling it by itself or with milk, or in coffee (really? yuck). I can't imagine the Hershey's version is made for coffee, and even Toriani, which IS made for coffee, doesn't taste very good (although my niece likes it).
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Jim on April 29, 2010
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I *really* don't like saying negative things about ANYthing, let alone products made by a mfr that's been around for a long time- like Hershey's. But, I honestly must say I have found this product virtually unusable.

I work for a company where some of the folks add chocolate squirts to their coffee. So, we go thru a fair amt of chocolate syrup- and thus I have purchased, over 6-9 months, about 3 of the 6-bottle cases of this. Regrettably, each has been the same- i.e. I'm not just judging the product based on one possibly bad case, or batch.

I *do* get a sense of chocolate from this- !!BUT!! the accompanying odd taste- and the persistent aftertaste, is quite bad. I've literally mixed this with milk- which has been GOOD milk, and several times not been able to force myself to drink the whole glass- I've had to pour it out- the non-chocolate odd chemical taste of the syrup- EVEN when mixed with milk- was THAT bad.

Apparently if you only use a little bit- like maybe a small shot in a cup of coffee- you MIGHT not notice anything different. But, if you try to taste this directly, or mix it with a reasonably lightly flavored substance- like milk, or water, or, perhaps, cake or cookie mix, I can virtually *guarantee* it will not taste the same to you- it has a VERY odd chemical, sour, bitter, or SOMEthing taste, IMO.

Perhaps, if this is the ONLY type of syrup you can use, due to diabetes requirements, or something, you might try it. However, I would strongly recommend that you look through & try OTHER products first- and use this particular "sugar-free" one as a last resort. Or, if you're determined to try it, go out & find a single bottle in your local store- and try that. Then, if you *still* like it, perhaps go ahead and buy a case.
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