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About Candy Flavoring


Candy Flavoring oil is a very concentrated flavor used by professionals that is designed to offer optimum flavor even after being subjected to high heat.  Candy Flavoring oil is much more potent than a grocery store type extract – in fact there is no comparison.  Candy Flavoring oil is so strong it should not taste pleasant when a drop is placed on the tongue. 

Candy flavoring makes foods taste great and smell great.  Typically an extract does not contribute much at all to scent where Candy Flavoring oil contributes to both smell and taste.  Candy Flavoring oil is used by globally by food experts who make exotic deserts as well as by candy makers, and even by bar tenders to make mixed drinks.  The list is truly endless.  Some unique uses of Candy Flavoring is to flavor toothpicks or even peanut butter.

Candy Flavoring oil is so strong usage should be less than one percent of the recipe total.  So, if your recipe is one hundred ounces of flour, for example, your flavoring needs should be one ounce of candy flavoring to three ounces flavor maximum.  Candy Flavoring oil should taste bitter and not pleasant because Candy Flavoring oil is potent.  If your Candy Flavoring oil tastes pleasant with one direct drop on the tongue – most likely it is more of an extract and not real Candy Flavoring oil.

The most popular Candy Flavoring oils are grape candy flavoring and raspberry candy flavoring.  Beyond grape candy flavoring and blueberry candy flavoring – lemon drops candy flavoring, lime candy flavoring and pina colada candy flavoring are very popular flavors.  Flavor sells and bakers, candy makers and chefs know this.  True professional based flavor called “candy flavoring” is made with a variety of flavor profiles.  Each and every candy flavoring is prepared unique in how it is profiled and flavorists [a person who creates flavor] are known to be very protective of their formulas and flavor profiles.  Making Candy Flavoring is no different than a perfumer making perfume.  If you want to know how to make Candy Flavoring – it is a lifelong career. 

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Candy Flavoring


Candy Flavoring


Here are some example uses for Candy Flavoring: 

Candy Flavoring Oil in Making Medicinal Candy or Syrups

Lemon Drops Candy Flavoring or honey Candy Flavoring for making cough drops.  In that respect menthol Candy Flavoring is also useful.  Sassafras and ginger Candy Flavoring oils are also used to make medicinal candies.  For making Syrups you most likely need a water based flavor because a syrup is water based.  Even honey is water based, so if you are making medicinal syrups with honey – you would be wise to select a water based flavor.

Candy Flavoring oil in Baking

Candy Flavoring oil can make a lemon pound cake taste more lemon and a banana nut cake taste more banana nut.  In milk shakes it makes the “cherry” more “cherry.”