A Taste of Torani Syrups

Torani is the top brand of flavored syrups in the US, and they offer over 100 wonderful flavors.  They are made with high quality ingredients, like pure cane sugar.  Torani syrups can be used to make delicious drinks or be used in recipes.  I, especially, love to use Torani Syrups in my coffee to make a coffeehouse flavor in my own home.

 A Taste of Torani Syrups

I received the Peppermint and Vanilla Bean Torani Syrups.  These both make very nice coffees.  A splash of the Peppermint or Vanilla Syrup and milk or cream to taste in my coffee makes a delicious, heavenly cup of coffee in the morning (or afternoon).  It’s something to look forward to in the morning.

Torani Syrups can be used to make delicious coffees, as well as italian sodas, cocktails, lemonades, and iced teas.  Not to mention the foods you can make with a Torani Syrup in the recipe.

Chocolate Peppermint Frosting

1 stick (1/2 cup) butter   
2/3 cup cocoa powder   
2 cups powdered (confectioners’) sugar   
1/2 cup Torani Peppermint syrup   
1 Tbsp. milk

In a medium saucepan, melt butter over medium-low heat. Turn heat off and whisk in cocoa. Add about 1/2 cup sugar and 2 Tbsp. Peppermint syrup, beating with electric mixers on medium speed; continue to add sugar and Torani a bit at a time, until all sugar and syrup are mixed in and the frosting is good consistency for spreading (add more syrup if needed). Add milk and beat until smooth. Makes about 2 cups; enough for 30 cupcakes or brownies or 2 9-inch cakes.

There are so many other flavors of Torani Syrups.  You can check out the complete list at their website but here are a few I’d love to try next.

  • Brown Sugar Cinnamon
  • Butter Rum
  • Chocolate Macadamia Nut
  • Chocolate Mint
  • Cupcake
  • English Toffee
  • Red Raspberry
  • Shortbread
  • Toasted Marshmellow

Rinaldo and Ezilda Torre introduced Torani Syrups to San Francisco in 1925.  They had handwritten recipes from their hometown in Italy.  The family pressed fruits, nuts and spices, and blended the extracts with cane sugar and water in redwood vats in the back of their grocery store.  Torani has remained faithful to the Rinaldo’s original recipes to produce flavors and products of the highest-quality ingredients.  Torani is still family-owned and operated out of South San Francisco.

Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post for SheSpeaks and Torani.  I received two bottles of Torani Syrups in exchange for this post.  All the thoughts and opinions are 100% my own.  Thank you!

 A Taste of Torani Syrups
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