Cactus Concentrate-INW

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Sweet & sour cactus fruit with a hit of aloe-vera in the background. Brilliant together with banana. Very refreshing and relaxing. Undiluted concentrated flavoring by Inawera (INW).

This is concentrated flavoring and must be diluted before use!

Note - We cannot accept returns or exchanges on flavoring

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  • 5
    My babe

    Posted by Daniel on 29th Jun 2021

    Probably my most used additive or flavor besides sugar. Its versatile. Easily masked or easily shines and gives you a jooooosy feel. Really great for fruits, tropics, drinks etc

  • 5
    Cactus goodness

    Posted by Jeramy on 7th Apr 2021

    Finally started a few test recipes using cactus as my base flavor and let me say that this is on the top of my rotation now. The quality of this concentrate is good even at low percentages. Bullcity had fast delivery and a good selection. I will be a long time customer.

  • 5
    Cactus concentrate (INW)

    Posted by Unknown on 8th Jan 2021

    I use this in 2 of my ADVs. Great flavor, kinda sweet, gives you a mouth wateryness that makes you wanna go back for more. Goes well with some brighter flavors and fruits.

  • 5

    Posted by Steve on 22nd Apr 2020

    I'm new to DIY and ordered Kaktus because I found a recipe that included it. It was in my 1st diy try and I was amazed! I'm already thinking of other ways to include this flavor into other recipes.

  • 5

    Posted by Brandon C on 21st Sep 2019

    Love this flavor as a adder to my watermelon or melon mixes. Usually mix at 1%, but I have made a few flavors with up to 3 where it was dominate flavor. This is something I always keep around.

  • 4
    A Must-Have Addition

    Posted by TheStankTank on 6th Mar 2019

    INW Kaktus adds body to your mixes. Use sparingly, as a little INW goes a long way.

  • 4
    Juicy fruit

    Posted by Dane on 30th Jun 2018

    May go well with cola. It’s not the cactus I or you cane to expect

  • 4
    Aloe Juice Anyone?

    Posted by Kevin Carrillo on 9th Mar 2018

    So I heeded the advice on other comments here and have not added more than .5% to my mix to try and add some juiciness to my fruit mix. Now, maybe I haven't given it enough steep time to mellow out (3 days) but it turns all my flavors into aloe juice flavored. Maybe with hints of the original fruit. Not a bad flavor but crazy strong. I'd recommend starting with even less, .25% or just a few drops.

  • 5
    Great additive

    Posted by Ronald Bentley on 23rd Jun 2017

    Mixed at a low percentage and it made an ok mix really ok. It pushed the other flavors up and it added that missing note.