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Torani Syrups! Flavor your Holidays!

Hey neighbors!

First off I need to tell you, my family really enjoys using these Torani syrups in their morning coffee.  I personally was amazed at how many flavors are available and they also have many that are sugar free!  They are perfect to use in teas, lemonade, coffee, and you can add them to sparkling water for some really flavorful drinks. Start thinking holiday plans here.  Have several flavors on hand for when company drops by.  You will be able to create some amazing flavors. Make a special coffee or iced tea for friends and family.  Get creative!

I think their recipe for the Torani Cherry Lime Soda sounds spectacular.  here it is should you want to try it yourself.
2 Tbsp. Torani Cherry Lime Syrup
1 cup Sparkling Water
Lime wedge for garnish
Pour the sparkling water into a tall glass filled with ice.  Add your Torani Syrup and stir well!

Or how about Iced Hazelnut Coffee:
Splash of Torani Classic Hazlenut syrup
1 Cup cold brewed coffee
Milk or cream to taste
2 cups of ice
My daughters would enjoy this one.

We received the regular Gingerbread (Think holiday here!) and the Sugar Free Salted Caramel.  My daughters tried both flavors in their coffee and liked both of them.  Their favorite was the Sugar Free Salted Caramel.

I would like to get the Torani Strawberry or Raspberry syrup to add to Lemonade.  My whole family likes strawberry and/or raspberry lemonade.  I am seriously considering buying some of the sugar free to add flavor to my drinks!

Just listen to some of the flavors that are available: Apple, Blue Raspberry, Caramel, Cherry, French Vanilla, Orange, Peppermint, Raspberry (another great flavor for lemonade), and Watermelon.  That is just a small portion of the flavors Torani has.  Be sure to visit their website and check them out.

Also if any of my neighbors has a favorite use for Torani Syrups, leave a comment and let us know.  Share a recipe or favorite flavor!

I received some coupons for $1 off a bottle of Torani Syrup and I would like to share them with one of my neighbors.  So, the winner of this giveaway will receive 2 coupons for $1 off.

Disclosure:I received no monetary compensation for this review.  I did receive 2 bottles of Torani syrup for review purposes.  All quotes are taken from the sponsor's website or email.  All thoughts and opinions are mine.

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karenmed409 said…
I haven't tried these yet, I think I would like the Sugar Free French Vanilla for my coffee and the Sugar Free Raspberry to add to flavor up my water.
Miranda said…
caramel sounds good - not sure if that's available
I buy from them online a lot and my favorite is their toasted marshmallow.
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Anne D. said…
I love raspberry Torani in my coffee!! especially a latte! It's also yummy in hot chocolate:)
blessnel said…
I want to try Butter Rum Recipe

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