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Best Pumpkin Syrup for Your Coffee
The Best Pumpkin Syrups That You Will Love
Are you tired of your plain old black coffee and want to put some excitement into it? One option is to buy a fancy new espresso machine that makes lattes, cappuccinos, and all that good stuff. However, a good machine is pretty expensive. So how do you take your plain black coffee and kick it up a notch in a more budget-friendly way?
Torani's Pumpkin syrups - that's how. Torani makes so many syrups; you can pick from over 100 flavors. Choosing just one to try is very hard; it'd be nice to have a tasting room, where you could try them all! Buying them all - just to taste test - would set you back way too much money. In addition to have virtually unlimited flavors to choose from, another great thing about Torani syrup is that they make every syrup with pure sugar cane. But if you're trying to limit your sugar intake, they also have a wide variety of sugar-free syrups that taste very good too.
To help you in your quest to find the very best syrup, I recommend two particular Torani flavors that are all-time favorites for tons of people. I'll also tell you why one is better than the other. Plus, I'll let you in on the secret to how Starbucks makes their Pumpkin Spiced Lattes, so you can enjoy them at home! So sit back, sip, and enjoy!
Why Pumpkin Spice Syrup
Pumpkin + Spice = YUM!
Torani's Pumpkin spice syrup is amazing. It taste just like what the name says PUMPKIN SPICE syrup. So if you are looking for more of a pumpkin PIE flavor then you should try Torani's Pumpkin Pie Syrup. This Pumpkin spice syrup has the flavor as a pumpkin pie but not as much as the actual pie flavored syrup does. Anyways any pumpkin loving fan would still love this syrup. You can try using this syrup in your lattes, cappuccinos, mochas and even in your hot cocoa.
How to Make Your Coffee With This Syrup:
Make your normal cup of coffee however you like it, only I would leave out the sugar because this syrup has sugar in it. So try your coffee with the syrup in it first before you add more sugar if needed.
Next add 2-3 squirts of your Pumpkin Spice Syrup. Then add cream to your liking and enjoy.
This is syrup taste like pumpkin SPICE syrup, not pumpkin PIE. So if what you are looking for is a pumpkin PIE flavor, try out the Pumpkin Pie Syrup.
Pumpkin Spice Syrup
This syrup is delicious with coffee, tea, sodas, desserts, etc. Torani Pumpkin Spice Syrup is kosher certified. Comes in a 750mL bottle. Quality syrup is guaranteed.
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Why Pumpkin Pie Syrup
Pumpkin + Pie + Syrup = Pumpkin Pie Syrup
Pumpkin pie syrups can be a hit or a miss, meaning some can taste nothing like pumpkin pie and some can taste like a pumpkin pie is in your coffee. Torani's Pumpkin Pie Syrup taste just like you were drinking a pumpkin pie, but it does not have an overwhelming taste like some syrups can have. So if you love pumpkin pie or anything pumpkin-y you have to try this syrup. It is just that good. You can also use this in your hot chocolate, to give it some pumpkin flavor.
How to Make Your Coffee With Pumpkin Pie Syrup:
Brew your cup of coffee and add cream to your liking; or if you do not like cream that is fine. You probably don't want to add sugar because this syrup is sweet enough without the sugar.
Now add about 2-3 squirts of the syrup and enjoy your pumpkin pie coffee
NOTE: If you want to make a pumpkin spice latte like how Starbucks makes it, then add white chocolate sauce to your coffee. You can find the white chocolate sauce below.
White Chocolate Sauce
16.5 oz squeeze bottle
Try this in your coffee, desserts, drinks, etc.
P.S. Use this to make a Starbucks Pumpkin Spiced Latte.PRICE: $10.48
What's Your Favorite Flavor of Syrup?
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I hope you enjoyed this article as much as I did writing it. I thoroughly enjoy talking about coffee syrups and food that you need to improve our daily lives. So, if you have any questions or comments, I would love to hear them. As I am a young budding author, constructive criticism is always appreciated......as long as it is constructive. Thank you!