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4/5February 15, 2017
Reviewer: A customer in Pennsylvania
* Some flavors have been disappointing, and there are still more I would like to try. Great for adding to tea and coffee because you can control the sweetness and use whatever sweetener you prefer.
* I have most of the flavors. I mean it. I have the cutest cabinet hanging on the kitchen wall. My grand daughter likes
to open a bottle and sniff the lid to see if it smells like the title. They all smell like they're supposed to but when you add them to cookies or frosting you have to be very careful. Not enough and the flavor is very subtle. Too much and you get the chemical bitterness after taste. Follow the suggested label and add 6 drops for 6 oz. frosting.
You never get strong flavor before reaching the bitterness level.
But where are you going to get flavors like this? I use DaVinci for moist baking, Loran for extreme frosting and Capella for a hint of flavor. I also use a sprinkle of water flavorings on top of cookies for tartness sometimes.
* I bought these because I do not like sweet coffee but I do enjoy varying the flavor. These are okay. I need about 1 drop per ounce in order to taste the flavor over the coffee and cream flavors. I've tried butter, caramel, double chocolate and irish cream. Some flavors have more of a chemical note than others - its more of a smell than a taste but it turns me off a little. In sweet applications, I prefer to use sugar free syrups. Butter adds a subtle flavor to baked goods - I like it more than other butter flavorings I've used.