NuNaturals Pure Liquid™ NuStevia™ Alcohol Free Lemon -- 2 fl oz
Is it possible to be in love with a stevia product? I didn't think so before, but I do now! I've always eaten a low sugar diet, but wanted to cut back on the 0 calorie chemical sweeteners I was using, so I tried Stevia. I'm actually not a big fan of the flavor of Stevia, in general, but when I saw this lemon flavor by NuNaturals, I figured I'd give it a try. I am so glad I did!
The lemon flavor is so good! It tastes completely natural, no chemically aftertaste. It mixes really well with everything. A little goes a long way, so you only need a drop or two to sweeten your food/drink.
I wanted to cut down on buying flavored water drinks, so I started making Lemon Ginger Water with this Stevia. A couple of pieces of fresh peeled ginger (about 2 inches), juice of 2 fresh lemons, several drops of Lemon Stevia and then add Water to taste. Mix in blender, strain, and you've got amazing, yummy flavored water that also giving you provide the benefits of lemon and ginger and tastes great! I usually make 2 quarts at a time, with the above.
I also use this mixed in plain greek yogurt, in my lemon herbal tea, and in my baking. It has so many uses!
This Stevia has really helped me curb the sugary cravings I get. I absolutely love it, and order multiple bottles at a time, to make sure I never run out!
March 20, 2015
The best lemon taste ever! And a GREAT PRICE!
June 14, 2013
I love love love lemon stevia, but the NuNaturals lemon stevia has a really bad chemical taste. I do have to say that I believe the NuNaturals Vanilla is the BEST vanilla stevia out there... so I had high expectations for their lemon product.
October 5, 2012
a SWEET deal
I love lemon in my tea so this is a great product. I also use it to sweeten my plain yogurt. It is a wonderful product and last a long time as it is very sweet and only requires a little bit to do the job. ONE COMPLAINT or observation. The top is a squeeze dropper and both this one and the orange eats the squeeze part and one time it spilled all in my purse. I had several bottles from other types of sweetners so I just switched tops but each time the dropper "broke". As the same thing happened to the orange one I conclude it must be the citric acid in both that eats away at the dropper.
September 10, 2012