Cactus Concentrate-INW

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Cactus Concentrate-INW

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
    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 juice and 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 - especially to test batches of 15ml or less.

  • 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.

  • 3
    Not so juicy

    Posted by Christopher Marshall on 18th Jun 2017

    Tried 0.5% in a blueberry custard (5 drops in 50 ml) and after a week I get floral notes. It does remind me of a succulent like a cactus or aloe. I'm going to try it with some kiwi and coconut as it would seem a good possibility for enhancing and rounding out tropical flavors.
    Not recommended for fruity custards.

  • 4
    Tastes just like prickly pear

    Posted by Unknown on 24th Apr 2017

    Tastes just like the real thing, kind of like dragon fruit without the creamy note. At 1% it is smooth, and at 2% it is a little harsh. It is very fruity and tasty. It goes great with Inawera Cherries.

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