Vanilla Swirl Flavor-TFA

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This is a vanilla custard flavor with most of the dark and eggy notes removed to make this flaovr unique and bright.

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This is a professional grade highly concentrated flavoring.

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  • 5
    Great flavor, great additive

    Posted by Israel on 6th Apr 2023

    On its own, it tastes likes vanilla ice cream, but it makes a great addition to almost any flavor where you would want either vanilla or cream. Mixes well with cola, coffees, fruit flavors, and really anything. I highly recommend this flavor!

  • 4
    Vanilla swirl cap

    Posted by Mary Nixon on 26th Aug 2022

    It is a nice and smooth vanilla

  • 4

    Posted by Jeff Gould on 14th Aug 2022

    A Great creamy vanilla taste on the back end

  • 5

    Posted by Christy Hulsey on 26th Jun 2022

    I use Vanilla Swirl when a recipe calls for a sweet cream or custard instead. It's delicious and not overpowering.

  • 4
    Must Have

    Posted by Butch Diaz on 27th Oct 2021

    This flavor is a must have in your wheel house of flavors. Excellent vanilla flavoring One of the best

  • 5
    A staple in my stash

    Posted by Steve Dunster on 5th Apr 2021

    Vanilla swirl is one flavor I buy 100 ml at a time. A must have for most of my ice cream based recipes.

  • 5
    Vanilla swirl

    Posted by Derrick on 12th Jan 2021

    Staple in alot of my mixes. For a light sweet vanilla flavor. Easy to use.

  • 4
    Good mixer

    Posted by timothy brady on 14th Sep 2020

    Mixes well with almost anything, almost can use it as a sweetener, if you mix it kinda heavy by itself you will get hints of vanilla soft serve, overall great flavor

  • 5
    Tfa van swirl

    Posted by Deb on 11th Mar 2020

    This is great to add to ice cream, fruit, and to smooth out rough edges...used at 1-2%. in recipes. Not tried as a SF.