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Diet Dr. Kooper (1 Gallon)

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Price:
$16.98
Weight:
15.00 LBS
Rating:
Shipping:
$15.85 (Fixed shipping cost)


Product Description


  • 5 to 1 concentrate (5 parts soda water to 1 part syrup)
  • Only dispense the amount you want to mix a drink, no waste and save money
  • Now you can always have fresh soda on demand
  • Stop having to carry home cans and bottles
  • No waste (box and bag are recyclable) 
  • Made for soda fountains, but works great with SodaStream products
  • Each 1 gallon bag-in-box syrup (when mixed at recommended ratio) yields 6 gallons of soda when used with a soda dispenser.
  • The 1 gallon is a smaller box size which allows you to keep more flavors on hand.

Tap valve: Requires the Basic Tap Valve or QCD Tap Valve
Connector for Soda Dispenser: Requires Grey QCD

Ingredients: Filtered Water, Caramel Color, Sucralose, Phosphoric Acid, Natural & Artificial Flavors, Potassium Benzoate (as a Preservative)


** For those wanting to use this product for Soda Stream or other like ways:
  • To use this product, you can either purchase a BIB Basic tap valve (also sold by Syrup Supply) to help make for easy dispensing in original box, OR you could simply remove the bag from the box, cut a SMALL hole in the corner of the bag, and CAREFULLY pour product into a different container for easy storage and dispensing. (Syrup Supply is not liable for spillage mishaps, as this is not the intended use.) 
  • Although this syrup CAN be used with SodaStream, it is meant for REAL Soda dispensers (ones you would see in restaurant, fast food, and bars). All bag-in-box syrup is 5 to 1 concentrate. SodaStream Syrup is 23 to 1. So you WILL need more syrup than what a SodaStream user would be use to. 
  • SodaStream makes their syrup 23 to 1 by adding a lot of diet sweetener, (even to their sugar based products), which is why most people prefer real syrup
  • Mixing Example, if you have 25 oz of water you would use 5 oz of syrup. You may add or subtract syrup to your own personal taste. 
  • With SodaStream you may need to tilt the bottle back and forth a bit to be sure it is mixed properly. BIB syrup is thicker (because it's got more sugar) than SodaStream's syrup, so mixing may take a bit more effort. (with exception of Diet BIB syrups) 
  • 1 gallon of BIB syrup should produce about 6 gallons of finished product, so that means about 22 liters for SodaStream

 
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  1. Diet Dr Kooper 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 25th Jul 2017

    It is too early to review, but the reduction in price will sway me away from Diet Dr. Pepper. I just want a cold beverage that has no HFCS and once I find the correct ratio of syrup to water I'm sure it will be fine. I wish there was a colasuarup that uses cane sugar like Mexican Coke.



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