White Chocolate-TFA

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Undiluted concentrated flavoring from The Flavor Apprentice (TFA).  A creamy, true tasting white chocolate.  Recommended to start testing at 5% to base and adjust to taste.

This is concentrated flavoring and must be diluted before use!

This product contains Acetoin < 1%

Note - We cannot accept returns or exchanges on flavoring

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  • 5
    An excellent and underrated flavor

    Posted by mike on 20th Feb 2016

    This is one of my favorites. It's not a strong flavor but it's accurate. I use it at 18% with a touch of toasted toasted almond, peppermint and 3% super sweet to make a peppermint bark that I can't get enough of. I feel like this would also be an awesome note mixer with alot of flavors but I haven't had a chance to try it yet.

  • 4
    Nice accent

    Posted by baseballmom on 20th Jul 2015

    It does taste like white chocolate. I did get a slight pepperish taste initially, but have noticed that fades with aging and at lower %'s. Very good in peppermint bark recipes too with some sweetener...yum! I prefer tfa' s over fw' s version. Nice flavor to have for background support too in dessert type blends.

  • 3
    Tough flavor to define

    Posted by Melicious on 7th Jun 2015

    A pretty mellow flavor that doesn't really standout. I feel like I can't blame the flavor manufacturer for not getting it right because what is white chocolate anyway? A white chocolate morsel just tastes like a sweet bit of artificial vanilla to me. This flavor is hard to identify in a mix (I think it's easily overwhelmed by other flavors) and if the ratio is too high it becomes peppery. I haven't been excited about anything I've made with it yet.