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Jul 8, 2009 02:41 PM

[MSP] Sugar-free Torani Flavored "Syrups" in Mpls or St. Paul?

I swear I've bought these (sugar-free) flavored syrups for Italian sodas somewhere in the Twin Cities, but I can no longer remember where. I know Cost Plus used to carry them. Does anyone know who else carries them? I prefer Torani brand, but DaVinci would work in a pinch, too.

Also, either Mpls or St. Paul is fine, but I'd prefer to avoid the suburbs if at all possible.

Thank you!


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  1. Check out TJMaxx/Marshalls/HomeGoods. They carry them, though not in reliable quantity or flavor.

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    1. re: puddin head

      My wife loves the English toffee sugar free but had so much trouble finding a reliable source that would have it when we wanted more, that we switched to online. We use Chewbrokers, and they have been reliable and great to work with, plus they have every flavor you could want, sugared or not. usually we get 6 bottles at a time, perhaps 3 times a year.

    2. i know i saw these syrups recently at both kowaslkis and cooks of crocus hills on grand, but as i wasn't buying them i didnt do much investigating, can't say if they carry sugar free or not.

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      1. re: tex.s.toast

        Ah ha! I'll bet Kowalskis is where I got them before. I had remembered that it was at a "regular" grocery.

        These are all great suggestions, thank you!


          1. re: St Paul Susie

            I usually buy sugar free Torani at World Market.

            1. re: Wintergoblin

              Wintergoblin, I hate to be a downer but Cost Plus (in my OP)=World Market, and they've closed in the Twin Cities.

              Lots of great suggestions in this thread, thank you!


              1. re: The Dairy Queen

                I had purchased this from Cost Plus World Market but now just get it from Amazon (free shipping no tax).

          2. You can also order from the Torani website.