Cherimoya YC-INW

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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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  • 1
    Not what I expected

    Posted by Unknown on 26th Jun 2018

    I never had cherimoya. Based on the reviews, it seemed like it would be a neat unique flavor to try. That first toke of 4% cherimoya stand alone was awful. It is unique, but the weirdest (in a bad way) flavor I have ever tried.

  • 5

    Posted by BigNasty on 11th Jun 2018

    I use this stand alone and love it, or toss in a smidge of lime and am blown away with the flavor.

  • 5
    Interestingly Different

    Posted by LOOPY on 30th May 2018

    I've used this flavor in a few experimental recipe adventures. It,

  • 5
    Loving it

    Posted by Tracy Hatton on 7th Apr 2017

    I admit I have never eaten a cherimoya fruit, but if it tastes like this juice, I want to! I purchased this on a whim and very happy with it. Mixed up a stand alone at 2% and wow! I'm getting coconut and pineapple. Can't wait to see what a little time with reveal.

  • 5

    Posted by The Juice Fairy on 13th Feb 2017

    This is a strong tropical flavor for sure. It is on the citric side but without the bitterness. Its hard to describe but very good I used it at 3% stand alone for testing it can be used as low as 0.5% to me it is sweet & tangy with hints of coconut water maybe some light pineapple, very light banana note, I can pick up some sweet juicy berries and maybe even red apple notes. I can see this flavor being one that is used to accent any of the above and adding juiciness to any fruit without a lot of tart. I would say this could possibly make a real good candy mix.

  • 5
    Great flavor

    Posted by Chris G. on 18th Jan 2017

    I grew up eating Cherimoya and was excited to see it as a flavoring. INW has done it again. This is awesome. Since cherimoya already tastes like a mix of tropical fruits, I mainly use it by itself, sometimes adding just a little cream for extra mouth feel. Even though INW makes some of the strongest flavors around, this one is "delicate" and easy to overpower. Mark Twain called the cherimoya "the most delicious fruit known to men". Now you gotta try it.

  • 4

    Posted by Rita on 10th Sep 2016

    Mostly Creamy sweet coconut and pineapple with hints of banana & mango

  • 5
    Sweet and Soft

    Posted by Jamie on 9th Mar 2016

    Nice sweet soft flavor very different than other flavors. You have to be gentle with it as it is not a strong flavor. Mix with other soft flavors such as Saffron, Pear, Apple and Banana.

  • 5
    Very Unique and Yummy

    Posted by Steven Themins on 25th Feb 2016

    Recommended %: 1-3% Flavor: Similar to that of a mixture between pineapple, banana, apple, and melon. Texture/Palate: Slightly creamy, slightly sweet, very smooth, slightly floral. Profile: Tropical Ever since I saw this flavoring, it’s had me interested. I went down to the market, picked out a cherimoya, and waited until it was ripe to consume. Being pleasantly surprised, I decided to check out the flavor. Again, I am pleasantly surprised. I honestly didn’t know what to expect from the flavoring, as the Cherimoya is a pretty unique fruit. It’s also quite tasty as a solo flavor. The Cherimoya flavor gains some additional creaminess and loses some of the acidity from the fruit that was a bit strong for me. To make up for this, you’re going to want to bring something to brighten up the cherimoya. It’s very easily overpowered though if you want it to be a main note, so use restraint. You’re probably going to end up with a very lightly flavored recipe when using this guy. I’ve found Cardamom to be the Cherimoya’s best friend. Cherimoya’s friends: Cardamom, Pineapple, apple, coconut, lemon, light creams, lychee Cherimoya bullies: Heavy creams, earthy tones, dark flavor