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Birthday Cake Flavor-FW

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Who doesn’t love cake? The rich blend of sweet cake and creamy frosting is sure to make you smile.

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This is a professional grade highly concentrated flavoring.

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  • 5
    Birthday Cake

    Posted by Dennis Remaley on 20th Sep 2022

    Going to have fun with this flavor

  • 4
    Birthday Cake

    Posted by Lynda pyne on 19th Sep 2021

    I’m still learning how to use this, it’s a wonderful, buttery, creamy, vanilla and cake. The cake is minimal, needs help. Unless you’re looking to spruce up a custard, that’s what I did. I used at 3.5% in the mix, it’s definitely buttery and thick, I just think, for me, 3.5% is too much. I’ll probably use at 1.5-2% in a mix, I love the flavor, just learning how much and where. I know it has a home in my Arsenal, I just need to find it’s place. Reminds me a little like cake batter dip, almost.

  • 3
    Not a huge fan

    Posted by Paul on 21st Jan 2020

    I'm not a huge fan of this flavor, it was just okay, it really does need to be steeped, it has a chemical alcohol taste, with a hint of cake, after about three days in a mix it starts to calm down and taste okay

  • 5
    Crispy and Delicious

    Posted by Shrina Peach on 28th Aug 2017

    This flavoring has a real crisp and delightful taste. It definitely should be recommended to steep though. Even though it tastes good right after, it is far better after it has had time to steep.

  • 5
    Rich Birthday Cake/Batter

    Posted by Amber on 6th Aug 2017

    This needs a good 10-15 days to really blossom, and does it blossom nicely! It is a rich Birthday Cake flavor, with slight frosting and a heavy emphasis on Batter. I know this was not meant as a Batter flavoring, but I get both moist white cake, and smooth and creamy batter flavor from this, with a slight icing background. It really is a better representation of a Cake Batter than Capella achieved. It is similar to Cake Batter Dip, but not as creamy, and has more of a dense cake flavor. This pairs with the new White Cake flavor very well, or to massively bump up the cakey aspect, mix with Vanilla Cupcake (FW), which is a killer white cake flavor and a great supporting flavor in a cake base.