After my cup was made I added a little bit of half-and-half to it and then poured in the contents of the hazelnut adapt coffee shop. First thing I noticed is how much of an oil like substance this looks like. It instantly put a film on the cup and that shot also affected the way that my Splenda dissolved into the coffee. Kinda weird. Normally Splenda dissolves almost instantly but this time it didn't do it. It took a couple extra stirs to get it all in correctly.
So how did it taste? Well tasted fine, just like hazelnut coffee. I really don't have any complaints about that. It did make my coffee feel kind of oily. Almost as if I mixed butter into the cup. I don't know, I just don't really understand what this is for. Is this supposed to be an alternative to a sweetener? Is this supposed to help curb my appetite? Is this supposed to give me the daily vitamins I need? They don't make it clear at all what the purpose of this product is for and why am I using it. Even on the website the info is hard to find. If want to sweeten my coffee with hazelnut can't I just use the sugar-free hazelnut creamer? Can I just use Splenda? I don't know. This stuff is weird. I'm sure there's a reason for this product, but I just don't know what it is