Torani Flavored Syrup Saved My Coffee

Coffee DrinkingRecently I became a daily coffee drinker. In previous years I would drink an occasional frappucinio {which I just learned the correct spelling of tonight}. Normally I will have my Diet Coke with or without caffeine, really I drink it for the carbonation and flavor. However I just can’t bring myself to drinking it in the morning, but still need a little caffeine boost after working late at night on my sites and projects and getting up early with the girls.

Coincidentally, there is a Dunkin’ Donuts on the way home from Miss A’s school, and even though she doesn’t go to school far from home it’s a quick pick me up, and they have drive-thru. What more could I ask for {other than a Tim Horton’s in the South, but that’s another post.}

I have however, been trying to be more frugal with my spending and don’t brew my own coffee, {wishing for a Keurig}, so I found Starbucks VIA on the shelves at my local Super Target. They have iced coffee packets, hooray!! I found the slightly sweetened version which worked, added a little bit of natural creamer and again it was decent, and gave me the little pep that I needed for my day. And then, I found Torani Syrups…{cue heavenly music}…

Torani Logo

I got to try out Torani in Hazelnut flavor and Sugar-Free Pumpkin Pie, and also got some coupons that I gave to my church’s coffee outreach program, which they were very thankful for.

As you can see here, I made my concoctions of deliciousness with my Starbucks VIA, a splash of Torani Hazelnut flavored syrup, and Coffee Mate Natural Bliss {and a yummy blueberry muffin.}

Torani Collage

I loved my Torani Hazelnut flavor. The first time I used it though I had no clue how much to add and definitely went a little overboard and my coffee ended up pretty sweet, and I like sweet coffee to begin with. But once I got my “recipe” down by eyeballing it I loved the taste and what Torani added to my regular cup of coffee. I would recommend using less to start off and adding more to taste.

I also got to try out Torani’s Sugar-Free Pumpkin Spice syrup, but I am not a huge fan of Sugar-Free products in general and this remained true in my taste-test of this sugar-free flavoring. If you don’t mind splenda or need sugar-free products for health reasons I think it’s great that Torani has so many Sugar-Free flavor options for you to choose from, just not my cup of tea coffee.

Torani Flavored Syrups are available at:

  • Cost Plus World Market
  • BevMo
  • Walmart
  • Smart and Final
  • Most major grocery stores
  • (wide assortment of flavors)
  • and (widest assortment of flavors)
And guess what??!?! You can get 10% off right now when you enter the code “shespeaks” at at checkout.

This is a sponsored post by and Torani. I received products and coupons in order to offer my honest opinions. The above words are my own true thoughts about the products I reviewed, however your experiences may vary.


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Jennifer Bullock

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