EZ-Sweetz (2oz – Liquid Sucralose Sweetener 800 Servings/Bottle), OK in tea, not good in coffee. Preferable to powdered Splenda for blood glucose levels, but not to Splenda tablets

EZ-Sweetz (2oz – Liquid Sucralose Sweetener 800 Servings/Bottle), OK in tea, not good in coffee. Preferable to powdered Splenda for blood glucose levels, but not to Splenda tablets

Ok in tea, not good in coffee. Preferable to powdered splenda for blood glucose levels, but not to splenda tablets. This is okay in tea, and revolting in coffee. The reason is that it leaves a slight metallic after taste. This combines adequately with tea (english breakfast in particular) but just doesn’t work with coffee, which becomes very bitter. In tea, it leaves a sort of honeyed/metal aftertaste which is rather sickly and cloying. Interestingly, splenda (which contains sucralose as a sweetener too) doesn’t do this to coffee or tea, the taste is clean and so is the aftertaste. However the big advantage of this over splenda, in particular the powdered kind, is that it does not contain any carbohydrates and is thus less likely to raise blood sugar. We are lucky in europe to be able to get the tablet form of splenda, the bulk of which is made of lactose and which only contains 0. By contrast, as teaspoon of the powdered form of splenda, the bulk of which is maltodextrin (a carbohydrate) contains 2g of carbs and it’s the only form available in the us (apart from the liquid stuff). If you use two teaspoons in your coffee that’s almost the carb equivalent of 1 teaspoon of sugar, so not such a great bargainso if you’re on a low carb diet or are just watching your blood sugar like me, it is worth replacing the powdered form of splenda with this liquid as you’ll be saving 2g of carbs per teaspoon. It’s much less clear that it’s worth it for the tablet form as there is a significant difference in taste and aftertaste with the liquid form, which borders on the nasty side. Splenda tastes much more like sugar. Update after three days:i’m sticking to the splenda tablets, i just don’t like the aftertaste of the liquid sucralose.

Love this, has no nasty fillers in it. Does not have the nasty after taste like stevia.

EZ-Sweetz (2oz – Liquid Sucralose Sweetener 800 Servings/Bottle)

  • Zero calories, zero glycemic impact, zero aftertaste, and zero worries
  • Suitable for entire family including diabetics
  • Compared to Splenda packets. Tastes like sugar, and is suitable for hot and cold food
  • 2 drops per serving (=1 sugar substitute packet or 2 teaspoon sugar). 1 bottle constains 800 servings or equals to the sweetness of 5.8 kg (12.7 Lb) sugar
  • Made in USA

Arrived promptly and as described.

Ok in tea, not good in coffee. Preferable to powdered splenda for blood glucose levels, but not to splenda tablets. This is okay in tea, and revolting in coffee. The reason is that it leaves a slight metallic after taste. This combines adequately with tea (english breakfast in particular) but just doesn’t work with coffee, which becomes very bitter. In tea, it leaves a sort of honeyed/metal aftertaste which is rather sickly and cloying. Interestingly, splenda (which contains sucralose as a sweetener too) doesn’t do this to coffee or tea, the taste is clean and so is the aftertaste. However the big advantage of this over splenda, in particular the powdered kind, is that it does not contain any carbohydrates and is thus less likely to raise blood sugar. We are lucky in europe to be able to get the tablet form of splenda, the bulk of which is made of lactose and which only contains 0. By contrast, as teaspoon of the powdered form of splenda, the bulk of which is maltodextrin (a carbohydrate) contains 2g of carbs and it’s the only form available in the us (apart from the liquid stuff). If you use two teaspoons in your coffee that’s almost the carb equivalent of 1 teaspoon of sugar, so not such a great bargainso if you’re on a low carb diet or are just watching your blood sugar like me, it is worth replacing the powdered form of splenda with this liquid as you’ll be saving 2g of carbs per teaspoon. It’s much less clear that it’s worth it for the tablet form as there is a significant difference in taste and aftertaste with the liquid form, which borders on the nasty side. Splenda tastes much more like sugar. Update after three days:i’m sticking to the splenda tablets, i just don’t like the aftertaste of the liquid sucralose.

Arrived promptly and as described.

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    Excellent alternative to splenda granules. Very compact to take when travelling.
  2. This review is from : EZ-Sweetz (2oz – Liquid Sucralose Sweetener 800 Servings/Bottle)

    Excellent alternative to splenda granules. Very compact to take when travelling.

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