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Torani Sugar Free Syrup Variety Pack, 25.4 Ounce (Pack of 6)
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- Sweet, delicious French Variety flavors
- Perfect for use in your favorite beverages
- Also great as a dessert topping
- Authentic coffeehouse flavor
- Made in the USA
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A Story With Some Flavor
In 1925, Rinaldo and Ezilda Torre visited family in Lucca, Italy. The two returned home to their native San Francisco with something very important: handwritten recipes, which they used to create authentic flavored syrups.
These syrups helped Rinaldo and Ezilda reintroduce the Italian soda to their North Beach neighborhood. And the sodas were a hit. Years later, Torani helped record another hit: our syrup was used to create the world’s first flavored latte!
In 1925, Rinaldo and Ezilda Torre visited family in Lucca, Italy. The two returned home to their native San Francisco with something very important: handwritten recipes, which they used to create authentic flavored syrups. These syrups helped Rinaldo and Ezilda reintroduce the Italian soda to their neighborhood. Years later, our syrup was used to create the world’s first flavored latte! We’ve remained a family-owned company -- adhering to the high quality standards that Rinaldo and Ezilda set nearly 90 years ago. Each and every syrup, sauce, and smoothie is created with care and pride. That’s a promise from our entire family -- including the more than 100 members that make up the Torani team. We started with just five syrups. Today, you can use more than 100 of our naturally flavored syrups, sauces and beverage bases in coffees, sodas, teas, smoothies, cocktails and more. And we’re excited to bring you new taste traditions and flavors as we move forward.
Flavor: Sugar Free | Size: 6
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Top Customer Reviews
Vanilla - EXCELLENT! I've used this syrup in ice cream, coffee, diet cola, and even in a low-carb crepe recipe. It's really good and one that I will re-order on it's own.
Hazelnut - Yummy, rich flavor. It's great in coffee. I would order this again.
Raspberry - I loved this one also. It's great in coffee and berry smoothies.
Chocolate - I liked this one but it is VERY STRONG. Literally, one drop in a glass of diet cola will make it into a chocolate coke. It's good, but you don't need much. It didn't work well in coffee.
Irish Creme - I knew I wouldn't like this one so it remains unopened. I made a mistake of buying a three pack of this one once and hated it. I'll give it away to someone who will enjoy it.
CLASSIC Caramel - I don't know why Torani insists on making "Sugar Free Caramel Syrup" and "Sugar Free CLASSIC Caramel Syrup". The Classic Caramel is terrible. After experimenting and trying to find a use for this syrup I just dumped it down the drain. It's not worth it. Avoid this one.
Alas this syrup tastes like medicine or poison; the after taste is so strong and there is no distinction between the flavors. At first I tried the hazelnut in my coffee but it was bitter and too sweet. I thought it was a fluke so I opened the caramel. I expected a sweet and slightly buttery flavor. Again the coffee was sweet and bitter. SO I decided to just taste the syrup straight from the bottle. HOLY COW this stuff is disgusting. I use Splenda all the time in my coffee and never get any funny aftertaste. This stuff is not made with pure Splenda it has acesulfame potassium better known as Acesulfame K listed higher on the ingredient list than splenda.
Maybe not everyone's taste buds can detect the very bitter aftertaste but if you are a super-taster then you will notice that this stuff is foul.
Stick to Davinci syrup or try other brands. I am gonna look in the dollar tree for that syrup I found before.