MADHAVA Organic AgaveFIVE, 16 oz. Bottle (Pack of 1)
Squeeze Bottle Of Organic Liquid Agave Sweeteners, Low Sugar Sweetener, Only 5 Calories Per Serving, Organic Liquid Agavefive
Results of our analysis:
We analyzed 8,219 reviews for 32 products in the Agave Nectar & Syrup category.
We then analyzed 135 reviews for this product. Of these, 22 reviews were recent.
Around 44% of reviews were positive and about 53% were negative.
7.20 out of 10, based on these factors:
What buyers say about MADHAVA Organic AgaveFIVE, 16 oz. Bottle (Pack of 1)
I put 1/2 cup of water in a glass with ice and a dash of freshly squeezed lime and then filled the rest of the glass with club soda.
I like it to sugar, but haven't tried it in baked goods, but for my morning coffee it was perfect, I didn't notice that the label suggested it should be refrigerated after opening, but the product didn't seem to spoil.
It is a challenge to find products that taste good and are healthy, but I have found this product to be one of the best I have tried.
The base of the cap can't stay on the bottle because it's closed and I have to remember how loose it is when I use it.
I will order it again because it is a nice balance of sweet and not overly sweet.
Why don't you tell the truth if this is Agave with water added?
The product is certified organic, and it has a very clear label that states the ingredients; water, organic Agave, xantham gum, organic stevia, citric acid, and organic monk fruit.
Why add stevia to this agavie syrup?
I wanted to see if this was better than the Now Foods brand I have in my cart, but it's for a different market.
I opened it and found some green sheets the size of a rose leaf. What is the solution?
I have bought this product for a long time and have never had a problem with it. If you notice a problem with that particular bottle, you should return it.
What is the difference between 5 calories and 21g of Agave?
The first ingredient is water, which means there is more water than agave in it, and then there is also xanthum gum, stevia and monk fruit, etc. If it were 100% Agave, it would be 20 cal. per tsp.
I opened it and it still tastes good, but I didn't want to keep it refrigerated for more than two days. Is it still good to use?
I didn't refrigerated mine at all, and never had a problem.