iHerb Customer Reviews
Savings of: $5.29 (46% off)
Posted by Reviewer1067418 on Apr 24, 2012
Took some getting use to the green color, but it tastes just like the white powder. The only down fall is that it doesn't dissolve in liquids. works better served on foods.
What I was looking for!
Posted by Reviewer1758269 on Aug 24, 2009
I wanted to find a stevia powder that hadn't been processed and turned to white powder, so I decided to try this. I use it in smoothies and it blends well into the drink and makes it sweet without using sugar. This particular powder tastes more herbal than white processed stevia powder, but it still sweetens well. I would recommend it if you are looking for an unprocessed stevia powder.
Great natural product
Posted by 5261559627489315764 on Aug 15, 2013
Pure natural stevia powder, very finely milled. Nice earthy herbal sweet taste. Blends nicely, does not interfear with the taste of food. Excellent.
Posted by Jennie on Aug 06, 2012
As others as mentioned it does have a herbal taste so I wouldn't recommend putting it in your lemonade but it is good for cooking or adding to muesli.
Not as sweet this time!
Posted by 4613142442863848488 on Nov 10, 2012
I love this product and would have given it 5 stars, if it wasn't for the fact that the last one I bought was not as sweet as the previous one. I am not sure whether that was due to me getting use to it, or that batch was less sweet. Nonetheless, I will buy again and note the difference on this third batch. A little goes a long way and is great in cooking too. Well worth the money.
Posted by Reviewer1717081 on Nov 13, 2014
Haven't tried it yet
Posted by Reviewer2878695 on Nov 14, 2009
Bitter!!!! and has a bad aftertaste!
Posted by Reviewer1535016 on Oct 16, 2010
Worst stevia product I have ever used. Discoloring and leaves a load of residue in bottom of cup. I would guess this must be only used for baking. NOW FOODS white powder is best!
Posted by Reviewer29875314 on Jun 30, 2012
Dirty color, but I like this, as it is closer to stevia itself, more natural, than the white powder of stevia. A little goes long way, a friendly product as I shared it with my friend, too much for me alone. Good price , good sweetener, decent amountof product.
Just as good as the white stuff, but different.
Posted by HildeK on Jun 18, 2012
I primarily use stevia in juices and to sweeten protein and so on. For that use it is good. It does not dissolve fully, but for me that is not a issue. I am unsure how it would work in baked goods, and coffee. But good price, natural, and the color is quite a fun addition if you don't let it gross you out. (Think "green magical powder" for kids ;) )