The flavor is light, not too strong and not too sweet. It tastes good drizzled over vanilla ice cream! It's nice that you only need to use a very little and can use it in just about anything.
I am not a fan of Pumpkin Pie, so I have to say this was a little too pumpkin-y for me. But, for those who do it like pumpkin flavors, I'd definitely recommend this syrup! The pumpkin pie flavor seemed very authentic and spot on.
The only reason I am not giving this product a higher rating is because it was sugar-free. I'm really opposed to using artificial sweeteners and I think they give the product a bitter aftertaste, which I definitely noticed in the Pumpkin Pie flavor. HOWEVER, I am a huge fan of Pumpkin-flavored products and I was actually surprised by how nicely it tasted with a little coffee and milk. It blended together very well and gave my coffee a little spice kick that it needed. That being said, I probably wouldn't buy Pumpkin Pie just because they make a creamer that is Pumpkin Spice which is NOT sugar-free, so I wouldn't feel bad about drinking it. The sugar-free part of this syrup truly was the only downside.
Unfortunately, I didn't enjoy this product very much. I found that it had a very strong "sugar free" background flavor which was most unappealing. I think that regular Torani Pumpkin Pie syrup would be much better. While this syrup seemed to have a good pumpkin taste the flavor was so muddled with artificial sweetener that it's hard to say.
I had some friends over to try this in coffee and other items to compare with the vanilla. It did not have a real pumpkin pie taste and all it did was sweeten the coffee. If did however taste good in a smoothie with pumpkin ice cream.
I recieved this in my sample pack to try... It is DISGUSTING. My coffee tasted like it had raw pumpkin in it. Maybe I am used the the Pumpkin Spice version that Startbucks has. This product didn't have a "spice" flavor to compliment the pumpkin. I will definitely not use this product again.
Not at all impressed, no matter how little I put in it is always too sickening-syrupy sweet, and the flavor is over powered and diminished by the sickening sweet.