Ripe Banana-TFA

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Undiluted concentrated flavoring from The Flavor Apprentice (TFA).  May damage some plastic tanks.

This is concentrated flavoring and must be diluted before use!

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  • 1
    TPA - Banana Ripe @ 1.75%

    Posted by Ashton Guthrie aka Ashstone409 on 1st Mar 2022

    This is very weird. I get a candy-ish banana with a strange chemically spice note. Not good at all and I see no use for it. 1/10

  • 5

    Posted by Kroow on 24th Sep 2019

    Start off slow because the flavor really comes out, but it is amazing

  • 5
    Good With Strawberry

    Posted by Aaron on 30th Jan 2019

    I mix this with strawberry ripe and it comes out good every time, simple but not too boring. It's pretty powerful, though, so don't start out too heavy. Not a bad thing, just something to be aware of.

  • 5
    The Best!

    Posted by Joshua Rush on 6th Dec 2017

    This is my favorite banana flavor and I tried many.

  • 5
    banana fruit burst

    Posted by Spring Thacker on 21st Sep 2017

    Growing up in New Zealand, we had lollies called Fruit Bursts. This concentrate tastes identical to the banana one at 4% with 7% malted milk and 5% vanilla bean icecream. Amazing :)

  • 5
    real banana flavor.

    Posted by Unknown on 15th Sep 2017

    Pretty good with creams and fruit flavors. Real banana flavor

  • 4
    Strong creamy flavor to me

    Posted by Ronald Bentley on 23rd Jun 2017

    I used this with another banana flavor. I reduced the percentage to 1% and the flavor is great.

  • 5
    Real Banana

    Posted by Unknown on 29th Nov 2016

    This is a really good banana flavor, tastes just like the real thing. The only thing is you only need a little, it is really strong.

  • 5
    Best I've found so far

    Posted by JOHN STROTHER on 21st Sep 2016

    This is the most realistic banana flavoring I've found so far. Admittedly, it is not subtle and should be used sparingly or it can take over your recipe. But used in the right amount's, the flavor comes though beautifully, rather than getting lost or washed out.