Sunday, January 17, 2016


I received Lori's Salt Caramel Syrup for free in exchange for my honest and unbiased review.

I live in a world where fried chicken is a weekly meal. Watermelon is loved by all and considered a summer staple. Biscuits and gravy are served almost everyday and molasses are left sitting on the kitchen table to be had by all. So when I had the opportunity to test this product I was excited. I expected something along the lines of pancake syrup. That was not the case at all.

Lori's Salt Caramel Syrup is a caramelized cane sugar with mineral water, Tahitian vanilla, GMO free Boyajian maple, and Celtic sea salt. It is fat free, all natural and has a taste of sweet and salty. There are only four ingredients in this product so I was surprised at the delicious taste.

I used this product on a batch of pancakes and loved it. It had a very pleasant caramel flavor with just a hint of saltiness. It is a perfectly balanced flavor. I did not stop there. I had to try it on ice cream. It was much better than the caramel products on the market. Have you ever tried to google the ingredients in caramel sauce? I had no luck at all. It is like they don't want you to know. I also had to have this in my coffee. So I made an iced caramel frappe, homemade. You definitely can not do that with molasses or regular pancake syrup. I plan on placing this on top of my oatmeal in the morning. I can not wait to try it. However, I know it is going to be great.

Lori's Salt Caramel Syrup is made by a company called French Connection which was founded in 2009 in Ashland, Oregon USA. I found Lori's story amazing and inspiring. The fact that this product is made in the USA gives me another reason in which to purchase for my family.

So what it comes down to is this. Lori's Salt Caramel Syrup is not like other syrups on the market. You can use it on anything: pancakes, biscuits, ice cream, coffee, oatmeal, cake. You can try this product with any item at all, it is multi-purpose. So please go check it out and then purchase yourself a bottle. You will not be disappointed.

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