Undiluted concentrated flavoring by Sobucky Super Aromas (SSA).
This is concentrated flavoring and must be diluted before use!
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Peach Hunt Stops Here!
If you don't have this in your stash your truly missing out. It is hands down the best peach out there and it needs no help what so ever! Probably the single best flavor ever! Yes that's a bold statement, but it is that good! It is Super Strong, I wouldn't go over 2% Just add 2% SSA Sweet Peach, and 0.8% INW Strawberry and 0.5% CNV Strawberry and you'll have yourself the most refreshing mix you've ever had!
I had high hopes for this and....
it exceeded my expectations. So far mixed at 1% with 3% TFA Juicy Peach and .50% FA white peach. What I got was a full peach flavor kinda like a more peach gummy candy flavor in the best way possible. I can't get over the fullness and mouthfeel. I need to try it as a solo but this could now be my favorite peach. Certainly brought my recipe to a whole new level.
Ripe peach it is!
This peach is the whole package! It’s sweet, juicy, it’s got body. It’s literally like biting into a sweet ripe yellow peach. It’s got a nice smooth texture, not overly syrupy like canned peaches. I’m not much of a peach person, but this could be THE peach, solo. If you like/need a great peach, this is the one.
This is the peach you wait at the front door for. The peach that makes you anxious for restock. SSA has always been a superior line since its arrival to the DIY scene but this Peach has brought SSA to a new level.
Oh Yes, this IS the Peach you've been looking for
**Peach, Sweet Type (SSA) 1% (2-30-22)** -- Wow, how did Sobucky pack soo much Peach flavor, in just 1% ?? They did. At times this just simply reminded me of juicy peach slices in a can of syrup, so "sweet" might not be a bad descriptor. The funny thing was, it wasn't SWEET, sweet, and felt about mid-level sweet. I was doing a direct comparison to one of my MTL ADV, which is heavy on TPA's Juicy Peach, which was an interesting A/B comparison. This one, although not billed AS a Juicy Peach, had plenty of juicy-ness, but it also had the entire BODY of the yellow peach, which is what TPA's was missing. I'm sure you could go somewhat higher, but if you try this at 1%, you may not want to. Maybe canned peaches in syrup is misleading you to think it was overly sweet, it wasn't. Maybe with the syrup drained out, would be better. Very natural, not candied, or jammed, but surely you could push it those ways if needed. Jams, peaches-n-cream, cobbler, I can see this one getting a LOT of use on your rack. I'm not a huge fruit fruiter, but I could find about ZERO faults with this one. Yellow, juicy, sweet, natural, and what else could you need ? Easily a **10/10**.