Ethyl Maltol (PG)

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10% Pure Ethyl Maltol crystals (EM) from The Flavor Apprentice (TFA) dissolved in propylene glycol.  EM helps round out flavors, reduce sharp notes and adds sweetness as you add more in your mix.

This is concentrated flavoring and must be diluted before use!

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  • 5
    So Sweet

    Posted by TheWhiteRabbit on 3rd Jan 2022

    This has become my preferred sweetener and I highly recommend to accent any recipe you trying to give the lip licking sweetness. I have tried other types of sweeteners and I like this one the most.

  • 5
    2 thumbs up

    Posted by Timothy Brady on 14th Jan 2021

    Great for custards to get extra sweetness, thats all ive used it in but I'm sure it would be good to use as a sweetener for anything. Give it a try.

  • 5
    OMG

    Posted by timothy brady on 29th Oct 2020

    Great finishing touch for any custard recipe if you like sweet

  • 5
    great sweetener

    Posted by Eric Shubert on 28th Apr 2020

    Love Ethyl Maltol as I use Alot of it in my juices .Love the sweetness of it .

  • 5
    Ethyl Maltol

    Posted by Kenneth Kurgas on 18th Nov 2019

    Great sweetener

  • 4
    Good sweetener

    Posted by Tenisha on 14th Oct 2019

    I use this in most recipes at .5%. I like sweet but not overly sweet. Will not change other flavors when used together.

  • 5
    Awesome If Used Properly

    Posted by MICHAEL IDE on 27th May 2019

    Lots of flavors have EM in them already so not much is needed (it WILL mute your flavors @ higher %). I use .25 -.75 in almost every mix. A must have!

  • 5
    Tfa (EM)

    Posted by Frank on 16th Mar 2019

    Smooths out harsh flavors adds some sweetness use in a lot of my mixes never go over 2% will mute flavors

  • 5
    The best sweetener so far

    Posted by Unknown on 7th Jan 2019

    this is my go to choice for sweetener. .5% on average to 1% max