Want to add a burst of bold and fruity goodness? The delicious taste of Apricot, known as Amardeen is the answer!!!
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Wow! Superb Apricot!
Okay, to my palette this is THE best apricot. I have tried quite a few, and this one sticks out for sure. It’s unique, delicious, flavorful, and mixes really well with other flavors. I use it at 3.5%. I’m a huge fan, and am so happy that Wonder Flavors came out with such an incredible new flavor.
Best Apricot flavoring out there
This one is easily my favorite apricot flavorings I own. I got all the ones Bull City carries and a few other apricot flavors I got elsewhere and this is easily my favorite one. Its very accurate to what I would expect an apricot to taste like. I don't get the whole fruit roll up (dried fruit) thing from it, but I get full on jammy apricot. If you are on the fence about getting this one, I'd say its 100%. worth having Excellent mixed with strawberry as an accent note to jam it up too!
An average Apricot Medley
**Amardeen (Apricot) (WF) 3.5% (4-3-22)** -- Having never traveled to the Middle East, I had never heard of Amarbeen before, but in short order, it became clear that is was [The Original Fruit Roll Up](https://www.thrillist.com/eat/nation/fruit-roll-ups-origin-syrian-fruit-leather-candy-amardeen), made from Apricots. I've never had it, so I can't directly compare/contrast, but test it we shall. As a strict "Apricot" this one, would be so-so, as it didn't present as a full on Apricot, but a medley with apricots. Now maybe this WAS by design, regarding the Amardeen (Apricot Fruit Roll Up) namesake. Although this one danced around a bit, I did continue to get some peachy notes, maybe even a slight hint of apple. It was about a 7 out of 10 on the intensity scale at this testing weight, and I'm not sure that cranking the % would increase the saturation or not. The peach notes I got were yellow peach, and as stated, felt like it had some apricot riding on the top. About mid level sweet, and a little tartness, which DID add to the authenticity OF the apricot. I wish there had been a bit MORE apricot, but the apricot I did get, tasted pretty natural, with no off-putting notes. As a medley it wasn't bad, I just wouldn't call it stellar. Not bad, not great, you get the idea. As far as pulling the solo Apricot freight, I don't think it could pull that off, BUT as a baser/mixer it would work fine. Scoring will be tricky as it's an Amardden, but (Apricot). Let's do it this way, as a **Apricot Medley, 7.5/10**, and as a **"strict" Apricot, 5/10**.