Tres Leches-FW

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Undiluted concentrated flavoring from Flavor West (FW).  Recommended to start testing at 5-10% to base and adjust to taste.

This is concentrated flavoring and must be diluted before use!

Contains Sugar Syrup

Note - We cannot accept returns or exchanges on flavoring

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  • 5
    Amazing flavor!

    Posted by Mark Carlson on 3rd Jun 2019

    I'm not sure why this isn't more popular? This is an amazing milky sugary creamy flavor. If paired with Custards it knocks it to a whole new level! I'm pretty sure this flavor is in quite a few commercial eliquids, it tastes so familiar. I'm not planning to run out of this.

  • 5
    tres leches

    Posted by Shila on 16th Sep 2017

    I followed the advice of others and added this from 2-3% in my cake mixes. Oh my word it's so good, it adds that milky note that I was missing. Also paired it with a coffee cake recipe I've been working on, and just awesome. Try it in your mixes, I'll be buying a bigger bottle soon.

  • 4

    Posted by lawnjesus on 2nd Feb 2016

    FW version and way to add depth to creams and cakes! Makes them heavier, cakier, wetter, thicker, etc % would vary upon what you are trying to make and what else is it.

  • 4
    missing link

    Posted by ADK mac on 19th Dec 2015

    Don't undersestimate the versatility of this flavor. Not a stand alone flavor IMO but I think most will agree. Has a verrrrry pungent dairy/cream aroma that doesn't entice you at all. But, as a 2-4% additive in a milky or creamy mix it really knocks the milk note into overdrive and provides body for the cream to stand strong next to a fruit. Very specific uses for this flavor but dont underestimate its potential.

  • 5
    Nice mixer...

    Posted by Kim Mitchem on 16th Feb 2015

    Not really anything more I can add to Lynn's review before me. That review pretty much nails this flavor. I will say, however, that I don't get any cake notes...regretfully. Even so, it is a creamy, milky caramel type flavor (although a bit more complex than just plain caramel imo) that mixes really well in dessert type recipes where a milk-creamy caramel flavor would work.

  • 5
    Very good

    Posted by Lynn Tomkiewicz on 12th Feb 2015

    I used this at 2% with 8% custard. I got a creamy, buttery, caramel taste. I will buy this a bigger bottle. Tres Leches is a French cake that has 3 different milks in it, whipped cream, condensed milk and evaporated milk hence the name, Tres Leches translates to milk cake. This flavoring is spot on. Love it.