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Fuji Apple Flavor-Cap

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Add a burst of sweet, tangy fuji apple flavor to your favorite recipes with this high-quality flavoring.

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This is a professional grade highly concentrated flavoring.

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  • 5
    A MUST have

    Posted by Chiisai Inu on 12th Jun 2022

    10/10 recommend this to be in every stash. A crisp refreshing slightly tart apple.

  • 5

    Posted by Pablo escobar on 23rd May 2022

    Best apple flavor

  • 5
    CAP - Fuji Apple @ 3%

    Posted by Ashton Guthrie on 16th Feb 2022

    Very similar to Double Apple but has a nice brightness that lingers on the tongue. Not quite as much texture or juiciness, but very delicious. 3% seems like a good starting point in a recipe. 8/10

  • 5
    good stuff!

    Posted by Liam on 31st Aug 2020

    haven't tried it straight yet ... I made a pie ala mode with all of the flavors I recently bought, and it's good so I have no doubts that this will be good straight up or with just a touch of cinnamon!

  • 5
    Fuji apple

    Posted by Derrick on 15th Apr 2020

    Made an apple Fritter mix for my wife, she loved it. Real apple flavor. Frosted donut, cinnamon, some Vanillian, and sweetener of choice. You can't go wrong.

  • 4

    Posted by Rin on 20th Mar 2018

    I'm not a huge fan of apple flavorings because most taste like apple juice instead of the actual fruit. This one, however, tastes like more the fruit and has a bit of texture. Much prefer this over the FA counterpart. 2-5%

  • 5
    Capella Again and Again

    Posted by Owlish on 16th Aug 2017

    Fuji + Apple + Capella = Capella Fuji Apple. 2.5% in the mix and wonderful. A sweetener like Super Sweet (Capella) cinches this as a repeat purchase.

  • 5
    Strong Flavor

    Posted by Joshua R. on 24th Jun 2017

    Mixes amazing with watermelon. Capella nailed it.