Smooth, creamy, and anything but a "meh" vanilla.
Large Bag makes about 25 cups of coffee (11.3oz)
Love this product. Besides using with coffee I mix it with coconut cream & add a few drops of coconut, orange, lemon or pineapple flavoring & use your blender….. AMAZING!
Hands down the best coffee creamer I’ve ever had (added bonus: Keto-friendly). I use it in both hot and cold coffees. When using in hot coffee, Courtney’s instructions to put the creamer in FIRST and then the coffee before blending together (the Aerolatte worth buying, makes your drink extra special). For cold brew I take a mason jar and add 1 heaping Tablespoons for each 1/8th cup milk or nut mylk (love it sweet - could also do 1T per 1/4 cup - blend with aerolatte and store for the week. I also use Prymal to make flavored ice lattes. At a cafe I order a double espresso and a large cup of ice. Then I mix in an insulated drink tumbler my milk/mylk of choice, blending in whatever Prymal flavor I’m craving in the ration of one HEAPING Tablespoon per ever 4 ounces milk/mylk (I bring my own mylk because I’m keto and most cafe’s use Barista line nut milks which contain 6-9 grams carbs - and of course cow milk contains carbs too). To make a 16 ounce iced latte I do the double espresso, pour ice filling a 16 oz glass 1/3rd or 1/2 cup of ice and then pour over it 10 to 12 ounces of mylk/Prymal mixture respectively. All this iced latte deliciousness for just 3g net carbs total if using unsweetened almond mylk! As for flavors, love every single one I’ve tried - so far Birthday Cake, Butter Pecan, and Italian Sweet Cream (seasonal) are my favs. HIGHLY, HIGHLY RECOMMEND this amazing product.
Great vanilla flavor that isn't overpowering and gives me the right amount flavor for the coffee. Love prymal and it doesn't get me craving sugar in the morning.
I was never a coffee drinker until about five years ago. Then, by adding sugar and a creamer, coffee became tolerable. Prymal creamer makes it delicious. I first experimented by adding various types of milk, including almond milk, to a small amount of the dry Prymal and stirring it with a spoon before adding the coffee. l eventually discovered, for me, sugar-free Delight French Vanilla creamer worked best. And a frother was well worth the investment. I now love my sugar-free coffee. I think it beats anything you'll find at a Starbucks. And it is a lot cheaper.