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Undiluted concentrated flavoring by Capella.

This is concentrated flavoring and must be diluted before use!

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  • 3
    Average Blueberry

    Posted by Unknown on 19th Jun 2017

    Nothing overwhelming here need to mix at high percentage to bring out that taste your looking for 15-20%. When you get the percentage right in your recipes it could really shine.

  • 5

    Posted by Randoff on 25th Aug 2016

    Great slightly sweet real blueberry flavor. Mixes well with other berry flavors.

  • 4
    Good blueberry

    Posted by Tommy on 19th Aug 2016

    This is a good blueberry flavor, it's not like fw or any other Bb flavors really it is more of a darker taste more like a real bb but. Not just like a real bb

  • 5
    The best Blueberry flavor there is.

    Posted by Ed B on 16th Aug 2016

    Impressive blue berry flavor. Not overpowering, just great taste.

  • 5

    Posted by Jeff on 25th Dec 2015

    Great taste. Even greater price. And the speedy service from Bull City made it even better.

  • 4
    candy like

    Posted by Joshua Hershberger on 27th Nov 2015

    Very strong and candy like but has a small hint of blueberry that shines thru

  • 5

    Posted by nick kottraba on 13th Nov 2015

    This flavor is the best flavor ive ever tried. Idk how it compares to tfa blueberry but this is so good i dont even care lol mix at 15 percent anything lower and is to weak imho.

  • 3

    Posted by Unknown on 28th Feb 2015

    Very weak flavor, would need to use 20+ percent even dripping on amazing gear to get a ton of flavor, too weak to add to something else. its good but won't be buying again. Authentic blueberry note though imo

  • 4
    Middle of the road blueberry

    Posted by JoanJ on 4th Sep 2014

    It is a blueberry flavor but nothing that is over the top. It seems to add boring blueberry and just a tiny bit of tartness but something I seem to use in a higher percentage to get the results I am looking for.