Tuesday, November 15, 2011

OTL: Torani Flavored Syrups

As part of a program through SheSpeaks.com I was sent two full-size bottles of Torani Flavored Syrups to review. I received Peppermint and Sugar-Free Brown Sugar Cinnamon.

I used the Peppermint syrup in coffee and hot chocolate and loved it! With the Torani syrup, I can have some of my favorite coffee shop drinks at home at a fraction of the cost. I also made a lazy peppermint mocha by making hot chocolate with strong coffee and then adding the peppermint syrup and some milk. I only wish I had some whipped cream to put on top.

Every so often I used to get a peppermint mocha or peppermint white chocolate mocha from a coffee shop but I would often ask for less of the peppermint syrup because I found it to be too strong. The peppermint flavor would overpower all the other flavors in the drink. This was not the case with the Torani Peppermint syrup at all. The peppermint flavor and sweetness were both light, enough to taste but not too strong. Check out some more reviews of the Torani Peppermint Syrup from SheSpeaks members.

I have not actually tried the Sugar-Free Brown Sugar Cinnamon syrup that I was sent and I will probably end up giving that one away to someone who uses sugar free products. The Torani sugar-free syrups are made with Splenda and we try to avoid artificial sweeteners around our house. In general, I don't like the way they make things taste but that is just my personal preference.  The Brown Sugar Cinnamon flavor does sound interesting and Torani does offer it in the regular version as well as the sugar free. Check out what some other SheSpeaks members had to say about the Torani Sugar-Free Brown Sugar Cinnamon Syrup.

I am amazed at the number of flavored syrups that Torani offers! I always thought of the Torani syrups as being just for coffee drinks but the flavors they offer give you so many more options. They have light fruit flavors like Mango, Passion Fruit, and Peach which would be a great addition to lemonade or for making an Italian Soda. You can find an entire list of regular and sugar free Torani syrup flavors at http://torani.com/home/products. While you are there, make sure you check out the recipe section for great ideas on how to use all the flavors.

Torani flavored syrups are available at some retail stores such as Wal-Mart and major grocery stores. Amazon.com also has a large selection of flavors. The best selection of flavors is offered at Torani.com and you can use the discount code shespeaks to receive 10% off your purchase. (Note: I do not know how long this code is actually good for as I did not see an expiration date in the materials I received.)

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  1. We purchased an expresso machine from Sam's Club and it was the best thing ever for the money. We make our own Mocha's now. It's great that we can get the syrups for home use. My favorite, raspberry or peppermint white mocha's!

  2. I love peppermint white mochas too so I was excited to see that Torani has a white chocolate sauce along with the flavored syrups!

  3. Thanks so much for the Stumble I am returning the favor.

  4. I just won a coupon from a giveaway for these and I'm looking forward to trying it. I'm hoping for Pumpkin Spice to be available.

    Glad to visit back and give you a Stumble. :)

  5. Hi! Thanks for stopping by holiday traditions today. I've stumbled and am following you. =D Be sure to link up your blog for the Let's Go Caroling Blog Hop Black Friday weekend. You can either do a giveaway or a cookie recipe exchange =D Here: http://holidaygiftsandmore.blogspot.com/2011/11/caroling-party-2011.html

    I just got a Cocoa-Latte machine from Plow & Hearth and have yet to try the syrups for my mochas. I'll have to give it a try!

    See ya there!


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