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September 10, 2020Reviewer: Suzanne in California* This is a very mild sweetener -- which is exactly what I wanted. It is also thin and runny -- which is also exactly what I wanted.
I mainly use Allulose Sweetener to mix with other sugar alternative liquid sweeteners -- especially Stevia Chocolate Syrup and Choc Zero flavored syrups. Both these syrups are overly sweet. And they become very thick over time. Adding Allulose tones down their excessive sweetness, AND thins them so that they can be used till the very last drop.
I love Allulose Liquid Sweetener. I hope Netrition continues to carry it forever.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpfulFebruary 07, 2020Reviewer: A guest* The product is not very sweet it take me 20 drops to equal 1 teaspoon!!
0 of 1 people found the following review helpfulFebruary 06, 2020Reviewer: Seth in North Carolina* Very disappointed in this. I'm a big fan of allulose and was excited to see it in a liquid form. Unfortunately, I'm not sure what I'd use this in. I tried it in my coffee and even after pouring a substantial amount in (maybe 1/6 of the bottle), it still wasn't 'sweet'. I think you'd get maybe 6 cups of coffee out of this if you were using it to sweeten it. I'll stick with splenda zero (I fully understand that these products are vastly different concentrations and I'm not expecting the allulose to be as sweet relatively). It's possible this would be fine in a recipe that allowed for the extra liquid or to add a slight sweetness to milder drinks, but it was a big miss for coffee.