iHerb Customer Reviews
Savings of: $2.95 (11% off)
Posted by Reviewer2624820 on Apr 07, 2010
this one comes from BIRCH, BEST XYLITOL AVAILABLE ON IHERB. Dont encourage the CORN BASED xylitol as corn crops ARE BAD FOR THE ENVIRONNEMENT!! love
Birch sugar = white sugar
Posted by Reviewer2961203 on Apr 28, 2010
I cannot tell the difference between this sugar and white granulated sugar...it would fool the pickiest eater who would never know they're eating a low glycemic sweetner!
No nasty aftertaste, but unwanted side effects
Posted by Reviewer2948648 on Jan 03, 2012
I was hooked on Suzanne Somers original somersweet--but they changed the ingredients and now it tastes like all the other fake sweeteners. This stuff is great--I just got it and use it in coffee--have not tried for baking yet, just wish it was a little cheaper. Update: After having used this about 10 days, I've changed my opinion slightly--taste is still excellent, but after drinking 2 cups of coffee in the morning without about a tablespoon total of this, I can't keep anything down, have diarrhea 2 -3 times a day. Will have to wean myself down, and just eventually wean myself off this. Wouldn't give to my children with this side effect.
Excellent sugar alternative!
Posted by Reviewer3304143 on Jun 01, 2011
It really does seem to be the closest to sugar of all the natural alternatives I've tried and it didn't upset my stomach. A little goes a long way. Much better than other types of xylitol I've tried.
Posted by Kitty2k on Apr 13, 2015
I bought this for my partner who is diabetic. It's great for cooking with, but in a cuppa it has a strange sort of cold aftertaste. Actually, not so much a "taste" more a sort of experience. But great for my partner.
Posted by Reviewer2121718 on Aug 13, 2012
Just what i have been looking for! Natural from birch, tastes and looks JUST like sugar, BUT it is not unhealthy! FANTASTIC! I use it in cooking, baking, on cereal, u name it... I will never use sugar again!
xylitol from birch bark
Posted by Reviewer2406648 on Jul 02, 2013
I prefer xylitol from birch bark, the original way they processed it, not from corn as most of it is now for a lesser price. The packaging is smaller than previously and more costly, but since I limit my intake of sugar as we all should, I justify the additional cost as worthy to have it more pure. I just make my own herbal infusion simple syrup with it to blend with soda water. dissolves quickly in water.
Posted by Reviewer2535502 on Oct 30, 2014
I use it for my teeth its good quality
Great replacement for sugar
Posted by RutLervik on Aug 24, 2011
Absolutely the ultimate sweetener!!!
Posted by Reviewer1605959 on Feb 26, 2015
Bought this one because I was looking for a birch source, non gmo. It works well for what I'm doing with it.