Torani® Vanilla Syrup (750 mL /25.4 oz )
- Adds a rich, indulgent flavor to your beverages
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Flavor: vanilla | Size: 25.4 Ounce
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2) Use: Get a Torani squirter/pump to go with it (Torani Syrup Pump). Makes the stuff that much handier to use and easier to measure (One-and-a-half squirts is what you like? Two? Quick and easy.) Clean the spout after every pitcher/gallon and you're good to go. Until you're sure you like it you can just use a shot glass... two shots will do a big drinking cup. The squirters are a little expensive, but if you like this stuff it's worth it convenience wise. (Word of caution though: For any of you with ant problems do NOT get a spout.)
3) Peach is definitely one of the "stronger" fruit flavors. If you like it, explore Mango and Passion Fruit. Mango is a little weaker, but pairs nicely with others (see point 7 below).
4) Storage: Room temperature. The restaurants that use this stuff do the same. It's too high a bottle to keep in most shorter cabinets, let alone your fridge. (Even more so with a spout.)
5) How quick it goes: Most people tend to enjoy a larger dose tasting similar to how restaurants make it (think two shot glasses full per glass).Read more ›
I didn't know how much syrup to use so I had my friend who is a bar tender come over an help make the Rasberry IceTea like you find at restraunts an grocery stores. He showed me exactly how much syrup to mix with Icetea an took a little bit to get it to taste right.
He told me " most of the time restraunts that offer flavored teas make it but won't tell you how to make it yourself"
So here's how I was told to make Rasberry IceTea or any flavored tea : 3oz of syrup to 16oz of Icetea, put both Icetea an syrup in cocktail shaker an shake well ( 30 seconds ) then pour into your glass. Add ice to glass if you want.
It taste way better than the bottled stuff an is way cheaper than buying 6 pack of flavored tea.
Pure cane sugar, vanilla extract with other natural flavors, potassium sorbate and sodium benzoate (preservatives), and citric acid.
That cane sugar is pretty strong. I suggest adding Torani Vanilla with some restraint, or you may mix up a cloyingly sweet beverage.
You don't add this for nutrition, bue here are the facts, anyway: In each two tablespoon serving there are 70 calories, no fat, no sodium, no protein, and 18 grams of carbohydrates (16 grams of which are from sugar).
There are lots of other flavors. For recipes and more information you can call toll free to 800/775-1935, or check out their websitre at [...]
The hazelnut refers to any nuts from the species of the genus Corylus. While raw hazelnuts can have a bitter taste, their culinary uses are many, extending from common pralines and other candies (including "NUtella") to the rarified confections of Europe, such as the justly famous Viennese hazelnut torte. Hazelnut is no stranger to the coffee house scene, and when mixed with vodka, hazelnut liqueurs (Frangelica, most famoulsy) enjoy widespread popularity , both straight and as a topping. Even hazelnut butter is making a stand in the United States and Europe.
ALl this is to say that adding hazelnut syrup to your coffee (especially) or perhaps to ice cream, can be vigorously defended against specious attack by foodies: It enjoys a widespread and international esteem. Torani'z hazelnut is a non-alcoholic sweetner whicih imparts discernable hazelnut flavor, and it can add a great deal of depth of flair to an otherwise ordinary coffee drink. It's not as sweet or one-dimensional as the Vanilla flavor, although a higher ratio of hazelnut to sugar would certainly improve the experience. It's relatively inexpensive, so that you can find your favorite flavors for various concoctions. A nice bright bottle, too, often left out for display purposes in the unpretensious bohemian café. There will be those black coffee drinkers, gloating over rejected poetry and stinking Galois, who will scorn the use of such a sweetener; it is perhaps best to leave then alone.
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Tastes just like the syrup used in an expensive coffee-chain that will remain unnamed. We use this to make knock-off coffee drinks at home and can't tell the difference with this... Read morePublished 1 day ago by Fawn A.
This is a great price for a lot of vanilla syrup. However, when comparing this to the generic Safeway brand that I purchased, it actually has more sugar and tastes almost identical... Read morePublished 3 days ago by Amazon Customer
This stuff is way too good to be sold in such small bottles! I need 5 gallon drums of it! Really makes a fresh glass of iced tea taste heavenly!Published 3 days ago by Lona Soice
Very poor quality flavor. Will not buy any more Torani syrups. They may be a little cheaper but quality is sub standard to DaVinci syrups. Read morePublished 16 days ago by Amazon Customer
Guests keep wanting more. Very nice taste, used it for tea and lemonade.Published 17 days ago by Johnathon Eltrevoog
Fresh, delicious taste, arrived super quickly, great condition. Comes with pump, some others do not. Use in sweet tea. So good! Highest recommendationPublished 19 days ago by Phillyb5210