iHerb Customer Reviews
Savings of: $5.29 (46% off)
Posted by Reviewer1087529 on Jun 06, 2010
I was used to the white stevia powder and am not finding this green powder as sweetening or as soluble as the white, but I will give it time ( since I have a huge bottle) and adjust the proportions.
sweet but don't expect the taste like a sugar.
Posted by 4829191847248153053 on Jul 20, 2013
If you need the taste like a sugar, I won't recommend it.
Good, sweet but doesn't completely dissolve
Posted by 4796521682857498070 on Nov 28, 2016
The sweetness is good but, it doesn't dissolve completely in liquids (hot or cold). I suggest using in baking.
Natural Stevia is different
Posted by Reviewer3196647 on Dec 01, 2010
I know it is more healthy than the processed white powder, but it does take a little getting used to. I use it for sweetening tea. There is a strong "herb" smell when first stirred into the tea and if I use more than a generous 1/8th teaspoon in mild tea, there is a grassy overtone. It takes more mixing and the fiber settles to the bottom, but I am happy with it.
Posted by Reviewer2160098 on Dec 17, 2010
Still getting used to the strong herbal taste.
won't buy again
Posted by Reviewer1241885 on May 19, 2013
I was recommended to use stevia powder instead of sugar in baking. It didn't work for me - stevia powder adds a wierd unpleasant taste and awfull colour to my cooking. I guess I'll have to try something different.
Posted by greenisthenewblack on Oct 04, 2012
I wanted to switch to unprocessed stevia products, but unfortunately the do have a foul taste, and since you need a lot more using this powder compared to stevia extract, the taste is quite prominent in whatever you put it in...
Not a very good sweetener
Posted by Reviewer2198320 on Dec 08, 2006
I don't find this stevia powder sweet enough.
Posted by Reviewer2117401 on Feb 08, 2012
Not at all happy with this flavour
Posted by Reviewer2414324 on Jun 05, 2011
I'm used to the white stuff, obviously it's bleached and has some corn alcohol added, and I'm fine with that. In fact I like the taste. This green stuff tastes earthy and also has a minty undertone. This will take some getting used to. I'm thinking of recipes to use it in, something that incorporates mint.