Agave Nectar: Chocolate Vanilla

Agave Chocolate Vanilla -Organic blue agave syrup slow cooked with Chocolate

All the flavors of Chocolate Cake for you to rim a glass with, glaze your cupcake or lick it straight!.

How does it taste?: 

Pure. Rich. Fruity and the mild taste of light blue Agave

Why Buy?

Because it is great over buttered bread then toasted.

More details

$15.99

  • 1 gallon
  • 12 ounces

Certifications USDA Organic
Shelf-Life 5 years

Why You Should Buy Agave Nectar: Chocolate Vanilla

The purity of natural vanilla, rich flavor of dark cocoa and fruitiness of Agave, makes this gourmet healthy sweetener a classic. 

How to Use?

Incredibly easy to use, our Agave Chocolate Vanilla is a great choice for beginners looking to use tasty natural alternatives to sugar for the first time. Just give it a quick shake, open the bottle, and pour into your beverage or add it to your food!

Agave Chocolate Vanilla is ready to use as a sweetener for your coffee, or as a finishing touch or topping for almost any dish, to bring a distinct chocolate flavor.

Subtle hints of vanilla and chocolate go well on buttered toast, cinnamon rolls, coffee cake or sliced fruit. Sweeten a hot cup of coffee or rim a glass of Kahlua.

Want to Use as a substitute for another sweetener?

    • Honey - Substitute 1 for 1, like replace a cup of honey with a cup of agave syrup.
    • Maple Syrup - Substitute 1 for 1, like replace a cup of maple syrup with a cup of agave syrup.
    • Brown Rice Syrup - When you replace a cup of brown rice syrup, use 1/2 to 1/3 as much agave, and increase other liquids in the recipe by up to 1/2 a cup.
    • Corn Syrup - When you replace a cup of light corn syrup, be sure to use1/2 as much agave, and increase other liquids in the recipe by up to 1/3 of a cup. Like corn syrup, agave nectar will not crystallize.

  • Granulated Sweeteners
    • White Granulated Sugar - For each cup of white sugar that you are replacing, use 2/3 of a cup of agave and reduce other liquids by 1/4 to 1/3 cup. This substitution will also work for Demerara Sugar, Turbinado Sugar, Evaporated Cane Juice, or Sucanat.
    • Brown Sugar - For each cup of brown sugar replaced, use 2/3 of a cup of agave and reduce other liquids by 1/4 cup. Because the moisture content of Brown Sugar is higher than that of white sugar, liquids may not have to be reduced as much when substituting agave nectar.

Note:

Any separation you may notice is natural possible side effect of its low processed nature and the artisanal methods used to produce it. It is not an indication that the product is damaged or was tempered with at any stage.

Reviews

Grade 
10/30/2014

My new favorite coffee flavor

I can't imagine drinking coffee without it! I love the taste and this matches my needs perfectly. --from Abe's Market

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Agave Nectar: Chocolate Vanilla

Agave Nectar: Chocolate Vanilla

Agave Chocolate Vanilla -Organic blue agave syrup slow cooked with Chocolate

All the flavors of Chocolate Cake for you to rim a glass with, glaze your cupcake or lick it straight!.

How does it taste?: 

Pure. Rich. Fruity and the mild taste of light blue Agave

Why Buy?

Because it is great over buttered bread then toasted.

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