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Where Is The "Nut" In Hazelnut Sugar Free Syrup After Starbucks Discontinued It Six Years Ago?

Joypebble | Apr 18, 201906:53 AM    

OK, I really miss Starbucks Sugar-Free Hazelnut coffee, It had a nutty flavor that seems to be missing from all the others. I've been in withdrawl since they took it off the market six years ago. I confess that I am still addicted to Sugar Free Starbucks Hazelnut syrup but after serious testing of other brands I'm groaning for a better, bolder nut taste than all the other manufacturers can't seem to produce. They all seem to be trying to make it so subtle that I have to double-sniff to see if I am tasting hazelnuts.

Does anybody in this prodigious community have a suggestion for a bolder Hazelnut sugar-free syrup product?

Hopefully...

--JP

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