Undiluted concentrated flavoring from The Flavor Apprentice (TFA).
This is concentrated flavoring and must be diluted before use!
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Almost no flavor
This flavor doesn't taste like much of anything, even when adding 4x the amount I would put as a primary for other flavors, it doesn't taste like dragonfruit either. More so just tastes like.. fruit?
My favorite oy
I use it to flavor my water so it's not so boring.
Great base flavor
Dragonfruit mixes so well with just about any fruit flavor. Adds depth and that something extra that turns the ordinary to extraordinary.
Goes great with cream and other tropical fruits
Part of my ADV Mother of Dragons gotta have it!
Amazing flavor... but not really a Dragonfruit
I dig TFA Dragonfruit. It’s a very interesting flavor that can really help bring a recipe together. BUT if you want a realistic Dragonfruit flavor - go with INW Dragonfruit.
It's crazy how much of this I use. I went through my first bottle quicker than any other, and immediately ordered more because it's such a staple in basically all my recipes. I don't even make many fruit recipes, mostly dessert recipes that have fruity notes, and this brings out the best in everything else while having it's own pleasant aromas (that aren't overpowering). Wish I could give it more than 5 stars!
Good with melon flavors
Used this to compliment melons in a recipe. Very good addition.
Pretty decent Dragonfruit.
Much like the actual fruit, TFA Dragonfruit is a weird on. It benefits many fruit mixes by acting as an emulsifier at low percentages. It's generally a bit chemichally to be utilized as a top note, though it can be done rather effectively if paired with an even stronger flavor.