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
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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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
I used this at 2% with 8% custard. I got a creamy, buttery, caramel taste. I will buy this again...in 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.