Torani Syrups Review & Giveaway



Since I’d never tried Torani syrups before, I was happy to learn I’d been selected to review their products via SheSpeaks.

 

About Torani


Torani flavored syrups are part of San Francisco’s heritage. With handwritten recipes from their Italian hometown, Rinaldo and Ezilda Torre introduced Torani syrups to San Francisco in 1925. In the back of their grocery store, they pressed fruits, nuts and spices, blended extracts with cane sugar and water in redwood vats and then fine-tuned the flavor.  A true labor of love that has paid off for Torani, now the # 1 brand of flavored syrups in America, offering over 100 flavors.
I got to try to wonderful flavors: sugar free Vanilla and Pumpkin Pie.

 

The Review


I tried the sugar free Vanilla in my coffee first, adding 1 oz. to my coffee as instructed on the bottle. The aroma was inviting and I couldn’t wait to try my morning cup, but yikes, was it ever sweet! Perhaps an ounce is for a venti. I’m slowly learning to use the vanilla syrup properly, it is delicious, and my daughters love it full strength in their cafĂ© au lait.
However, I like the Pumpkin Pie flavoring full strength in my coffee. For my daughters, I made Pumpkin Pie floats with:
·        1 oz. Torani Pumpkin Pie flavored syrup
·        1 scoop vanilla ice cream
·        6 fl. oz. of ginger ale
Makes 1 float.

I highly recommend Torani syrups and will be purchasing them again, especially since I‘ve got my eye on their Blackberry syrup!

How would you like to try one of Torani’s amazing syrups? Well, just enter my give away below for two coupons for two free bottles of Torani Syrup! (maximum value $8.00 each).

Since there can only be one winner, I’d like to offer you a chance to save using  coupon code “shespeaks” to save 10% at www.torani.com!








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5 comments

Heather Capewell said...

I love flavored coffees, and finding a good one that isn't 100% chemical is tough.

Linda said...

Hi Heather,

Thanks for pointing that out, I'd forgotten to read the ingredients.

The labels on the Torani indicate they do have 2 preservatives, but at least I can pronouce them. Please let me know if you find one all natural and I'll do the same.

Heather Capewell said...

Linda,

Torani is about as natural as you can get without killing the budget. I just choose moderation and enjoy away! My daily coffee I just do cream, but once a week I indulge in flavored coffee!

Linda said...

Good to know Heather, thanks!

Annalisa Diaz said...

Hi! I'd have Torani Syrup in a hot beverage!
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