Undiluted concentrated flavoring from The Flavor Apprentice (TFA). Recommended to start testing at 5% to base and adjust to taste.
This is concentrated flavoring and must be diluted before use!
Ingredients: Natural and Artificial Flavors, Propylene Glycol, Triacetin
Note - We cannot accept returns or exchanges on flavoring
Posted by Unknown on 8th Dec 2016
Solid Cinnamon note. no sweetener needed at all
by itself i do at least 15%
With ice cream or something i put it like10-15 depending on how many flavors i got going with this one.
Posted by Unknown on 17th May 2016
This is a very good apple flavor, but it takes at least two weeks to get the acidic Apple taste out. That being said, If you have the patience this is a great product.
I really love the extra spices that hint in the background once the Apple mutes
Posted by guillermo on 19th Apr 2016
Overall a great concentrate but id say it really needs sweetener so its not as bitter. But agein great!
Posted by Jonathan Ettinger on 15th Nov 2015
Tried making a simple mix at max vg. Could not hardly taste anything. Added more but still no good. Was a complete failure. Even have let it steep for a week and nothing hardly.
Posted by Susan Nicholls on 21st Oct 2015
Mixed 5 and 5 with granny smith tart apple and a touch of cinnamon and brown sugar makes a great Granny Smith apple pie.
Posted by JoanJ on 14th Jul 2015
I expected either heavy on the apple or at least a balance of the apple and the pie crust but for me, this one was heavy crust with little apple even after a month steep. Actually seemed the crust got heavier as it steeped so just not for me.
Posted by Sylvester Footman on 11th May 2015
Its great when mixed with other flavors!
Posted by Josh H. on 19th Feb 2015
This one is pretty intense so I use it at around 8% to start. But put a little Vanilla Bean and caramel in there and you got yourself so amazing in a bottle!
Posted by CurlyxCracker on 17th May 2014
Taste of bakery cinnamon followed by some apple, not really for me but tastes like apple pie.