Thursday, December 13, 2012

Torani Syrup Review~Spice Up Your Drinks And Beyond

Are you bored with your plain cup of coffee, or hot chocolate?  Torani Syrups take the plain and boring to fun, and delicious!  Torani is the #1 brand of flavored syrups in America made with pure cane sugar and natural flavors.  With so many flavors, it makes it simple to create fantastic drinks anytime.  Torani Syrups go well beyond drinks too, you can add it to your recipes to spice things up. The ideas are endless with the wide assortment of flavors available. 

Since 1925, family-owned Torani has been crafting great tasting flavored syrups that coffeehouses use to make their flavored drinks taste so delicious. With over 120 flavors in regular and sugar free varieties, Torani flavored syrups are perfect for flavored lattes, mochas, coffees, cocoas, Italian sodas, teas, lemonades, cocktails and smoothies.

I received two Torani flavors: Sugar-Free Gingerbread and Sugar-Free Hazelnut.  Gingerbread is especially delicious considering it tastes just like you are eating a gingerbread cookie!  It really puts me into the holiday mood with its flavoring.  Hazelnut is equally as tasty.  I loved both in my hot chocolate (I'm a hot chocolate lover).  With them being sugar-free, I don't have to worry about added calories, especially during Christmas time with the many treats at hand.  In the regular versions of Torani Hazelnut Syrup, it contains 80 calories per one ounce serving and the Gingerbread Syrup has 100 calories per one ounce serving.  What's amazing about the sugar-free variety is that both have 0 calories per serving and sweetened with Splenda.  Awesome!

Photo by sweetheart4171

Hot Chocolate Recipe:

1 1/2 tsp Cocoa Powder

1 TBS sugar

1/8 tsp vanilla

1 Cup milk

dash of cinnamon

Any flavor of Torani Syrup to your liking

Heat milk until warm, combine cocoa and sugar in cup.  Pour milk into cup, stir add vanilla and Torani Syrup, stir again! Enjoy!!

Here's a handy dandy coupon for $1.00 off your next purchase with the expiration of January 2013. 

For more information on flavors visit

Torani Flavored Syrups are available at WalMart, (wide assortment of flavors),, (wide assortment of flavors), and most major grocery stores.

**disclosure:  I am a member of and was given two 750ml bottles of Torani Syrup for my review.  Opinions are my own and yours may differ.


  1. hmmmmmmm, I have never heard of this sounds good

  2. I love those syrups! They are really good. I usually blend them with some sparkling water to make an italian soda but this recipe you shared sounds delicious!

  3. Would love to make my own hot chocolate - thanks for posting this!!!

  4. Sounds great! I got the peppermint and salted caramel. I love peppermint hot chocolate!

  5. I love adding some to MY hot chocolate!!

  6. I've had some Torani syrup in my pantry wondering what to do with it. Thanks for the recipe. I'll have to give it a try.

  7. Mmm, sounds delicious! I love peppermint mocha from Starbucks! I wonder if it's similar!

  8. hi there i am your new follower. This looks really good may have to try it myself. have a great day

  9. You really have me wanting a cup of hot chocolate right now! The Gingerbread sounds like a flavor I would enjoy.

  10. I have heard of this but never thought to use it for cocoa. I will definitely try this, thank you.

  11. I love Torani syrups! Yum :) I have enjoyed these in coffee houses for years. It will be nice to try it at home!