NuNaturals, Lo Han Supreme, 2 oz (59 ml)
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NuNaturals Lo Han Supreme (Liquid) tastes like alcohol!
4 people found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer1993361 on Nov 23, 2009
I was disappointed with the flavor. It definitely has a strong alcohol flavor to it. I'm sticking with KAL Stevia (both liquid and powder). They sweeten with much less and don't have crazy or bitter aftertastes!
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Unhappy with taste
1 person found the following review helpful
Posted by Reviewer2108806 on Jul 22, 2010
I have used the powdered form of Lo Han before and was very pleased with the taste.
This liquid, however, has a chemical taste to me which I found to be unpleasant.
BEWARE. Really ZERO stars
Posted by 4884310441299152112 on Sep 25, 2014
Here is an honest detailed evaluation all of you ought to heed before wasting your money on this product.
For decades I've been first a Nutrasweet packet user then when that wasn't available in Japan at my local Costco anymore I used Kirkland Sucralose for over 9 years. I've had zero sensitivity or side effects so far to any of these artificial sweeteners, but who really knows the adverse side effects down the road.
The results of animal tests are so skewed and distorted all to the benefit of the companies producing it. Now Costco doesn't seem to want to carry any artificial sweetener at least in Japan anymore so I was searching for an alternative. I'm a pharmacist by profession so I did the due diligence of researching all the info on so many products until I learned about monk fruit.
Warning this liquid will not sweeten your coffee and it will leave a bitter taste left behind on your taste buds no matter how few or more drops you use. It recommends 10-20 drops per cup on this bottle. I drink strong deep flavored coffee and usually 1 packet of Nutrasweet or Sucralose was plenty sweet for me with no cream or milk.
This overpriced liquid was a COMPLETE DISAPPOINTMENT. If you waste your money on this you are very foolish.
Please heed this unbiased warning, BEWARE. I really wanted it to work as the other sweeteners I mentioned have for years. Living abroad there are few viable options but monk fruit or monk fruit and stevia blends aren't the answer either.
For me from now on I'll be using coconut sugar only. It's pure, it's unrefined like white table sugar and it definitely isn't diabetes inducing HFCS.