The flavour of strawberry liquescent strawberries is based on their natural sugars, but some people have been finding it’s more difficult to find a flavour that doesn’t contain artificial sweeteners, or “sugar.”
That’s why some people like to add sugar to their favourite drinks.
“Sugar doesn’t taste as good,” said Tasha Mokar.
“I like it in a lot of drinks and I’m not too worried about it being in my liqueures.”
She said she tried adding sugar to her liqueure at home for the first time in March, and found it was too bitter and it tasted like the original.
But there are others who say that the sugar isn’t as harsh as other liqueuring products.
The Australian Beverage Association (ABCA) has been campaigning for more sugar in liqueours for a long time, and has been calling for the introduction of a “safe” level of sugar in all products.
ABCA president Fiona Scott said that while sugar isn”not as bad as some people think, there’s still a lot to be done to protect consumers from harm.”
The ABCA wants to see all brands of liqueour that contain sugar have a “Safe Safe” rating. “
We need to look at the science and be able to provide our customers with products that are safe.”
The ABCA wants to see all brands of liqueour that contain sugar have a “Safe Safe” rating.
It also wants liqueurers to add a warning label on any liqueors that contains artificial sweetener.
“If the product contains artificial or non-natural sweeteners in it, then it should not be served in a beverage,” the ABCA said.
ABCA has also called for the removal of artificial sweetening and sweeteners from all non-sugar products, including drinks, food, food processing, and beverages.