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Yes it can. Must use very little in coffee.
We have used vanilla in coffee. Can be strong.
Adjust to your liking.

Admiral
· July 27, 2019
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We use it for Cosmo drinks and we love it and everyone who come to our bar likes it to
Pam Sexton
· April 8, 2020
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While the item is not returnable we will refund your money if there is an issue with your product. We want our clients to be satisfied with their products bought from us
ROCK AND A HARD PLACE COFFEE
Seller · January 29, 2022
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I’m sorry that I don’t have experience with that but it is a good flavoring. I recently made a butter cream cake filling with the rose syrup and it was as quite good.
Marcy Frantom
· February 26, 2019
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yes it smells like sweet roses! not faint but not real strong, it's the first time I have tried it and it is very floral and sweet, a little goes a long way for me.
Deborah Husted
· November 30, 2016
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I love the flavor and because it is a syrup you probably don't want to add a sweetner on top of using this.
Katie Wannabe
· January 17, 2019
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I have not tried their rose syrup, but have tried the hazelnut and peppermint, flavor is fine, but both are loaded with sugar!
dusty
· May 4, 2020
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Ive had mine since last year (or more) non-refrigerated and there's no appreciable spoilage. It's basically a corn syrupy/sugar water, so.... it'll last awhile as long as you keep it capped.
everywordmeans
· March 18, 2015