Flavor Essence Store -for beverages, baking, desserts, dressings…

Flavor Essence 5 bottles x (2 Ounces each) --Already Discounted

SKU 5-Pack
$29.95
In stock
1
Product Details

Flavor Essence is a little gourmet house of flavors producing small 275 to 350 bottle batches, that are used by creative foodees & health-conscious folks. Yield per 2-ounce bottle: 30+ drinks or a dozen baking batches

What is Flavor Essence?

Flavor Essence flavorings are gourmet quality, designer-level flavors--with no sweeteners, no additives, no allergens; these are vegan friendly, diabetic friendly, athlete friendly.

In addition to being completely unsweetened, there are also no added colors or preservatives, no calories, carbs, fat, sodium or gluten. And believe it or not these still smell and taste great. Flavor Essence is concentrated to act as "Background Flavors". Unlike extracts and syrups that can quickly overpower your recipe, Flavor Essence is gourmet-quality flavor that is styled to play a well-behaved supportive role, that complements and adds complex taste -- that doesn't dominate over the primary flavors of your favorite beverages and food recipes.

These are fun & tasty background flavorings; but still no nonsense--> "the flavor and just the flavor". You can custom-flavor anything your own way; and once you understand the "personality" of two or more flavors, you will have the empowering experience to start blending a couple of these together to create your own signature blends. And this is why we focus on just a small realistic set of fundamental flavors.

*** In Beverages *** great in coffees, teas, waters, seltzers, protein shakes, smoothies and bar-drinks.

*** In Food Recipes *** great in oatmeals, muffin mixes, cake batters and frostings, bread & cookie doughs, mousses, yogurt, pancake batters, French Toast washes/batters, dressings, sauces (and to flavor maple syrup, honey, agave, simple syrups / from-scratch syrups)

[Beyond letting people easily customize the flavor of water, sparkling water and coffee, these have become the flavoring toolset "behind the scene" for many bakers, bartenders, brewers, distillers and even CBD manufacturers].

Flavor Essence -Ingredients, Nutritionals and Allergen Info:

Ingredients: Water, alcohol, natural flavors

Unlike extracts, Flavor Essence minimizes the alcohol to a very nominal level --of less than 1/30th of a teaspoon per serving. This is equivalent to about 150 cups of coffee with these flavors, to about 1 glass of wine, and less than the naturally occurring amount in naturally squeezed ripe orange juice.

Basic Flavor Essence Nutritionals:

[A Full List is at the very bottom of this page]

0 Sugars
0 Sodium
0 Carbohydrates
0 Fats
@ 1 to 2.5 Calories
Gluten Free

Flavor Essence Allergen Analysis

Wheat (includes Triticum species & Triticale) 0
Egg and Egg Products 0
Milk and Milk Products 0
Soy (flour, oil, proteins, etc) 0
Peanut Products (oil, nut, etc) 0
Sesame and products thereof 0
Fish 0
Crustacean Shell Fish 0
Mollusks (oysters, clams, etc) 0
Celery (root, stalk, leaves, not seeds) 0
Lupines and Products thereof 0
Mustard and Products thereof 0
Yellow #5 0 (no colors added)

----------------------------------------

Basic Flavor Essence Directions / Guidelines

Flavor Essence In Beverages:

Use from a couple of drops up 1 to 2 generous squeezes of Flavor Essence and stir into 12 ounce drinks. (Get to know your flavor by starting off with a small amount—then add more to match your own taste pleasures. For Soda Stream or seltzer /sparkling, 2-3 squeezes will improve the flavor of a liter -- adjust to your own taste levels. In vodka, rum, tequila --a lesser amount is used in straight-up drinks on the rocks. Add your favorite sweetener –since sweeteners tend to amplify the flavoring, adjust to your tastes. Also, the underlying sugars in juices will amplify the flavor –so again customize your flavor-levels to your own desired tastes.

Flavor Essence In Food:

Add into almost any baking/cooking project without altering your primary recipes, batters, doughs, mixes, whips, frostings and yogurts. You can even flavor your honey & maple syrup directly.

1 to 2 generous squeezes of Flavor Essence will add delicate but complex background flavor when stirred into oatmeal and other cereals, yogurt. Use approximately 1 teaspoon (3 squeezes) into French Toast/pancake batters, cookie doughs, bread doughs as well as cake batter, muffin mixes, homemade frostings and custards. [1 bottle will flavor about 12 basic batches]

Basic Cooking Guideline: In baking, the cocoon-effect of doughs and batters will serve to protect and permeate the added flavors. But in high heat cooking, like custards and oatmeal always add a bit of background flavor at the end, **after the heat is turned down –not at the beginning**.

----------------------------------------

Tasting Notes:

Fruits and Berries Selection
Blueberry, Black Cherry, Peach, Raspberry, Strawberry


Blueberry Lively / clean aromas and flavor of true-to-form blueberry -- showing off ripe fresh blueberry flavor only. The berry, in its perfume and flavor, has a dainty but ripened personality. It is our best effort to giving you "the right blueberry flavor", nothing else. Beyond its use in hot/iced coffees & teas, this does very well in seltzers and smoothies as well as high-end vodka martinis. (Sometime- drop a few fresh blueberries into plain yogurt and stir a squeeze of this in -;)

Black Cherry (Plump-Ripe Style) After a year of trials, taste testings and revisions, we finally have a true-to-form natural dark cherry that has plump-ripe perfumes and soft/chubby cherry flavors. The goal was to give you something more real than ever, and to let you forget about syrups and candies. It's about tasting the fruit you see once a year on the tree or in a good jar of preserves! In order to retain max natural color and flavor for this, you may notice some unfiltered sediment, and ought to shake this one before uses.

Peach (Late Harvest Style) Sweet ripe perfumes of plump soft peaches –dainty and laid back in character. The big attempt here was to capture that juicy style of peach that’s ready to fall off the tree… you know, when if you grab it too hard the sweet juicy peach bruises in your grip! (And no, there are no sweeteners in this one either).

Raspberry (Jam Style) Ripened raspberry with darker aromas & tastes of warm jam –it has the kind of perfumes and flavor of the berries when they are about to fall from the vine. Compared to the pre-flavored raspberry that you've had before, this doesn’t have that "ribbon candy" or “sweety-pie character” that artificial raspberry flavoring often exhibits.

Strawberry (Jam Style) Nice bouncy strawberry perfumes with the juicy taste of jammy strawberry. Its “boisterous” personality ought to remind you of real, vine-softened, strawberries that stain your fingers from a local Pick-Your-Own farm (--not the store-bought strawberries that are huge, look nice, but are shelf-ripened and almost tasteless). This tasty Strawberry even has a small hint of some fresh earthiness from the little seeds.

Tropical Selection
Tangerine, Banana Foster, Mango, Pineapple, Coconut, Dragonfruit, Lemon, Ginger, Cinnamon, Mint

Tangerine (Juicy Style) This is what an orange tries to do but can't...show off a set of very dainty, sweet & juicy perfumes, and then follow through with its very fresh flavor personality that is not only ripe orange, but also has the appearance of also being juicy and sweet, and even a bit creamy.[Note --Especially for new-comers to our flavors-- even though the aromas and tastes will suggest to you a "sweetness", the Tangerine clocks in with 0 sugars, carbs, fat or sodium. (And nothing like Stevia is ever added into our natural flavor recipe. That or other sweeteners are up to you to add). This is not a "pretty" liquid flavoring --with its slightly pale & opaque color; but in its natural form, the aromas and tastes will show off a style of fresh juiciness that common orange flavorings tend to oversimplify]

Banana Foster Soft, very ripened-banana with complex aroma & taste nuances of buttery brown sugar and a touch of rum/vanilla without any type of sweetener. In this special flavor recipe, we’ve finally pulled together the friendly, sweet, soft, ripe, perfumes and flavors you experience when a banana goes past the "green stage" and its skin peels off so easily and tastes so plump and fruit-laden. (The owner is a banana lover, and this recipe went through the most work, re-work and tweaking until the aromas and taste could only be beaten by aging and peeling a banana).

Mango (Ripe-Juicy Style) This Mango finally captures the deep, almost heady and fruity/floral perfumes of mango when it has entered its very ripe, sweet and soft stage. For folks that like Mango, this style is an ambrosia.When blended with chunks of mango in smoothies, it will nicely smooth off the natural tartness that is present. Yes- like all of our other flavors, it has no sweeteners of any kind; but you’d swear there must be with its lush aromas and taste. This nicely presents a truly authentic class of Mango flavor.

Pineapple (Fresh-Sliced Style) This Pineapple’s personality shows off an aroma mix of ripened fresh-cut pineapple along with a dainty layer of tart-sweet perfumes. The flavor style has a lively bite, yet the fruity taste of softened pineapple is right there too –>we’re trying for the best outer first inch of the fruit when you skin and slice a ripe-softened sweet & sour pineapple yourself.Thepersonality of this is a bit more boisterous than the other flavor concentrations, so go a bit easier on amounts you use.This was designed to match up and blend in really well with our Coconut (Fresh-Shaved Style).

Coconut (Fresh-Shaved Style) Perfumes of fresh-shaved coconut, and ripe-clean tasting, almost “meaty coconut” flavor. As opposed to being sweet, creamy or oily, our style of Coconut focusses on just the simple tropically fresh coconut meat as its primary personality trait, and then a second characteristic that gives you a piece of soft nuttiness in the finish. [To get gourmet level unsweetened Coconut into drinks is otherwise almost impossible and in food/baking this Coconut will prove to be very practical. This Coconut might end up being one of the most versatile of all flavors –you can easily blend this into our other flavors, or “as-is” into a huge range of drinks & enhance your creative baking projects.

Dragonfruit It’s obviously one of our most unusual flavors-- Yet it is one of the most daintily sweet perfumed and fruity we’ve ever offered. Lush fruit and lively –this Dragonfruit exudes twin layers of fresh sliced watermelon and a dripping background of little wild strawberries –the kind you wish you could pick in satisfying quantities. [This is one unusual situation when the flavor is actually even better, even more friendly than the fresh fruit itself. While there are many varieties of Dragonfruit, this alluringly flavor is veryfruity, easy-to-enjoy and based upon the rarer Peruvian Pitahaya Amarilla –a yellow Dragonfruit].

Lemon (Meyer Lemon Style) Very fresh aromas of lemon zest and fresh-squeezed lemon. a smaller amount into beverages will bring out it’s “forward” personality of refreshing lemon, citrus, the bite of shaved lemon zest and to some people a smidge of background orange. You can also use a bit to enliven other fruit flavorings. In baking and frostings this will add fresh lemon zest. [This was the most difficult of all flavors to “get right”]. Be Careful: This is more powerful than the other flavor and it can “overload” very easily.

Ginger (Jamaican Style) Long ago people started asking for ginger to make their own ginger ale, to spice up their iced teas, to add some zip to their marinades and salad dressings. We resisted it, until we could finally get it together with an aromatic and spicier version that could even satisfy the tropical ginger beer folks too.

This Ginger took a couple years of stop and go testing, and finally it has evolved –with a fresh-grated ginger personality, that is clean and spicy, aromatic and pleasantly zippy, but not overbearing. Yeah! Finally!

Cinnamon (Fresh-ground Style)Deliciously sweet and heady aromas of fresh cinnamon, and just a smidge of clove & allspice. This is the type of almost “buttery” cinnamon that you’ll want to use in great coffees, rum blender drinks, or to permeate your dough in cookies, cinnamon bread or batter in coffee cake muffins. Pancake batters, shakes and yogurt come more alive with a bit of this Cinnamon in the background too. (This also blends well creatively with several of our other flavors. For example, a 2 to 1 Cinnamon ratio)

Mint Cool fresh peppermint perfumes and refreshing zippy flavor. This is also “Crème” because beyond its minty-ness, you will enjoy a layer of creamy vanilla in the background to soften the blow of just pure cold mint. [This flavor shows off very well when blended with chocolate, as well as some of the fruited flavors].

Vanilla Chocolate Nuts+ Selection
French Vanilla Crème, Custard Crème, Chocolate, Rich Dark Chocolate, Caramel Crème Brulee, Butterscotch, Café Latte, Maple, Pistachio, Toasted Almonds, Graham Cracker

French Vanilla Crème --Very clean fresh vanilla with a sweet aroma and soft texture that brings about a creamy custard backdrop onto your palette. This is different than ordinary vanilla because of its dainty perfumes and flavors that will accent your coffees/teas with some finesse.(Another positive side-effect, is that this flavor and all of the others will smooth off the bite or acidity of coffees/teas and alcohol-based drinks.In all applications, this will provide a soft rich background flavor). In cookie mixes, French toast batters, bread doughs and cake mixes you can use this in the same proportions as Vanilla Extract. , Yet the key difference from a normal extract is that the French Vanilla Crème is simultaneously more dainty and more mellow, while enriching the primary flavors of your recipe as a subtle and elegant backdrop.

Custard Crème (~Marshmallow~Flan-Cannoli Style) This is our first flavor that almost deserves the term "voluptuous" and it “creamifies” any other of our flavors that you blend this into. Sweet creamy perfumes, rich-soft flavors of marshmallowy/creamy filling found inwarm Flan and fresh Cannoli filling. It has a complex set of perfumes of freshly beaten brown sugar, vanilla bean, eggs and rich cream. Custard Crème shows off a taste that is kind of like the spoonful of cookie dough that you sniff and steal from the bowl when baking.Even while this creamy flavor belongs in the same "family" as a good vanilla, this actually picks up where simple vanilla ends—adding a richness and complexity that is not tasted in mere vanilla. [This is our most versatile flavor and a great secret ingredient].

Chocolate (Milk Chocolate Style) With this newest recipe, we have finally bottled up a really clean classical milk chocolate. Stirred into a glass of milk itself, it will create images and sensations ofNestle’s. Even though it is unsweetened, it has gourmet-quality melted and frothy aromas, plus the right frothy/melty chocolate in the body of the flavor that a lot of people crave but “need to avoid”. And it has no odd after-tastes, just chocolate. We finally “did it”. [This chocolate sets up a very nice contrast to its “big brother” flavor –the Rich Dark Chocolate].

Rich Dark Chocolate Noticeable aromas of a warm deep chocolate bar.Unlike dark cocoa or chocolate, this has the pleasantly deeper darker melted chocolate flavor without any bitterness.(Also for sensitive folks, like the other flavors this contains no sugars & does not have allergens). This dark chocolate plays well when blended with the Toasted Almonds and Banana Foster. This Rich Dark Chocolate is the perfect background flavoring when you want to add a clean-tasting darker chocolate background dimension to your beverages and your creative food recipes.

Caramel Crème Brulee Melted caramel and sweet cream custard aromas and flavors without any sugars (add your own). This is a dainty but seductively rich set of flavors. It can nicely add complexity and pleasing background flavors to any coffee, oatmeal, chocolate chip recipe, muffin mix (and even exotic adult beverages/ drinks that contain Baileys, Kahlua or amaretto). The Caramel Crème Brulee natural concentrate is kind of a secret item --because it is not an off-the-shelf flavor and is neither simple to mimic, or nor commonly found as an ingredient. Creative people, chefs and bartenders will find and get new pleasures from this “secret ingredient”.

Butterscotch This rich creamy flavor is the happy “big sister” flavor to our Caramel Crème Brulee. When you compare these two flavors, this one is even richer, more buttery and more nuanced with dark brown sugar tones and a slight hint of molasses in the background. Here we are trying to give you the best perfectly “browned” characteristics of the classic English recipe. It is easily enjoyable, and for those of you who also love toffee, this flavor will be the closest match you can find in a liquid concentrate.

Café Latte Maybe the best way to describe this flavor is to ask a question. Have you ever walked into a kitchen in the morning when someone just finished grinding some fresh coffee beans, or is in the middle of fresh-perking a pot of coffee, and rich roasted vapors just fill the room? This is a serious version of coffee extractions that puts out heady aromas and the taste of strong coffee that has been tempered by the froth and elegance of steamed milk. It has many many uses, and all creative folks will enjoy the fact that finally you get to have a true coffee flavoring that has reserve-roast quality.

Maple (Grade-A Style) Rich earthy aromas, with very warm-clean maple body of flavor. The overall finish of this Maple is lush, yet elegantly soft. (This recipe is completely without any sweeteners --add your own). And it is a kind of exciting product for you to use, without that cloying artificial candy-ish taste or after-taste that is so disappointing in artificial products.If you've ever visited a sugar shack in New England while Maple sap is being boiled and evaporated, the aromas/perfume of this Maple will remind you of the heady steam that fills the sugar shack on the 1st evaporation runs. This unique product has a flavor "personality" that deliciously tastes like the Grade-A samplings that visitors get to sip while the first vats of concentrated maple liquid are still warm.

Pistachio Nut Pistachios never really stand out for their aromas, yet this flavor does for its nutty earthy tones & flavor. Taste-wise, this is the easy-to-enjoy flavor you get when you crack open and chew a bunch of pistachios, and savor the creamy butter that you create by holding and savoring them in your mouth. People with advanced palates might perceive a richer very pleasant secondary unami layer.[This also blends well with several other of our flavors –like a touch of our Dark Chocolate. Beyond being a baker’s dream, try this in your next coffee, yogurt, smoothie or ice cream.

Toasted Almonds Fresh nutty and sweet aromas of almonds --without any sugars, and slow-roasted almond in its soft body of flavor. This flavor reveals some great almond nut-laden layers of taste in the middle, and a soft lingering finish. What's nice here is that it is a bit more forward than some of the other Flavor Essence flavorings, but it still has a clean daintiness with no odd aftertastes. The flavor is nicely amplified when you add your own sweeteners that you desire.

Graham Cracker Alone, graham crackers just don’t do much. BUT, in creating very inventive blends with other flavors, Graham Crackers is going to be a new “secret ingredient” for you. It “comes alive” and adds a new tasty dimension to other flavors. As a basic starter hint, mix a bit of this in with French vanilla, milk chocolate, dark chocolate, or caramel crème brulee; or for a “crumble effect” stir some into strawberry, raspberry or blueberry… As a second creativity hint, you can also add-in a bit of the Custard Crème aka Marshmallow for a creamier layer of taste! [Last hint: We no longer create S’mores, but that’s because with a bit of ingenuity, now you can].

More Complete Flavor Essence Nutritional Analysis

Protein 0 g

Carbohydrates 0 g
Sugars 0 g
Added Sugars 0 g
Dietary Fibers 0 mg
Total Fat 0 g
Saturated Fat 0 g
Trans Fat 0 g
Polyunsaturated Fat 0 g
Monounsaturated Fat 0 g
Cholesterol 0 mg
Ash 0 to 2 g
Vitamin A 0 mcg
Vitamin B6 0 mg
Vitamin B12 0 mg
Vitamin C 0 mg
Vitamin D 0 mcg
Vitamin E 0 mg
Thiamin 0 mg
Riboflavin 0 mg
Niacin 0 mg
Pantothenic Acid 0 mg
Folate 0 mg
Calcium 0 mg
Phosphorus 0 mg
Iron 0 mg
Sodium 0 mg
Potassium 0 mg
Magnesium 0 mg
Zinc 0 mg
Copper 0 mg
Manganese 0 mg
Selenium 0 mg

Flavor Essence is basically just good flavor with nothing added.

Save this product for later
by Jennifer/Maryland on Flavor Essence
Amazing Flavor
:
:

These are great. They give me all of the flavor I was looking for without the excessive sweetness of flavor syrups.

by Kris, NY and MA on Flavor Essence
I Love These!!!
:
:
:

I found these when searching for ways to make my own Hint-like flavored water, and on a whim ordered them because I liked that they were all natural, sugar free with no artificial sweeteners, and locally made not too far from my hometown!

First off, I think the prices are amazing. I got the five pack for $30(?)--cannot remember--and I loved the way they came packaged. The two ounce size is a great deal because you don't need to use a lot (I use anywhere from a few drops to a squirt). I gave the link to my son, who drinks a ton of seltzer, and at least two of my friends--one of whom ordered a five pack of her own. I can't wait to try more flavors. My favorites so far are the blueberry, mango, and coconut. I heard from my friend that the strawberry and black cherry are delicious also!
I really wish there was a watermelon flavor though!😁

by Sydney from CA on Flavor Essence
Amazing!!
:
:
:

These flavors are just what my partner and I were looking for -- something to help us replace canned flavored sparkling water with a SodaStream. We were having trouble finding flavors that weren't artificially sweetened before we found Flavor Essence. We're having a great time mixing flavors to find new favorites! We really appreciated the helpful directions, tips, and tricks, as well as the handwritten notes. It's great to know that we are supporting a great company! Thank you so much! 🙂

absolutely fabulous
:
:

I drink 64 oz plus of water a day. these flavorings are great for changing the boring taste of the water. the rich dark chocolate flavor is like drinking my favorite ice cream. would highly recommend these to anyone

by Alicia M on Flavor Essence
Excellent!!
:
:

Just received my order and all of the flavors taste very good! Placed an order for the Blueberry and ended up trying the Custard Creme in my coffee first! An even better aspect to the great flavors is the customer service! I literally said “awww” out loud when there was a hand written note to my carrier to not leave the package in the lobby and a hand written thank you with usage tips in the box. What a class act company! Will definitely order some of the other flavors and will be sure to share the company name with others! Thank you for making my day.

 logo-citizens-bank-150x150    worldpay

 

 

Submit your review
1
2
3
4
5
Submit
     
Cancel

Create your own review

Flavor Essence Flavorings
Average rating:  
 11 reviews
by Jana from Colorado on Flavor Essence Flavorings
Incredible flavors, incredible company!!
:
:
:

Like many others, I discovered this tiny company and their amazing flavor essences by searching for an alternative to buying sparkling water (we call it "fuzzy" water in our house). Not just for the expense and trouble of buying pre-made cans of water, but because we would fall in love with a flavor -- only to have our local stores stop carrying it, or the price would increase to unbelievable heights once a flavor caught on.

Flavor Essence is truly a labor of love for the owner of this company who not only personally researches and develops his products, but manufactures them to the highest standards and takes the time to write personal notes included with each purchase. And during the COVID-19 pandemic, he has continued to offer stellar customer service, serving as manufacturer, packer, shipper and everything in between. And we have yet to find a flavor we didn't care for. With each order, we've branched out trying different flavors that you would NEVER find on any grocery or specialty store shelf. Our only problem of late is finding a way to store and display all of our options in our tiny kitchen. And I've started to think about other things I can flavor in addition to water -- simply because they taste so good.
I cannot say enough great things about the company or the flavors. We only hope the flavor offerings continue to expand.

Cranberry, Lime and Regular Cherry (red ripe cherry) would be amazing additions to an already delicious lineup.

by Mary from Maryland on Flavor Essence Flavorings
Delicious!
:
:

Love these flavors! We use the blueberry for an exact replica to the Dunkin Donuts blueberry coffee.

by Ambree Barrett Sarasota Florida on Flavor Essence Flavorings
How to get the DunkinDonuts blueberry coffee flavor
:
:
:

I'm about to tell you how to get the closest thing you can get to dunkin donuts blueberry coffee.
OK. so I have spent well over $200 on trying to duplicate dunkin donuts blueberry iced coffee...I've tried all the different syrups and extracts and bought every blueberry flavored coffee out there... I've even tried bribing the people at Dunkin to sell me the blueberry flavor (kinda kidding).
What I found out is that they use a sugar free,unsweetened blueberry flavor and use caramel swirl to get the amazing sweet flavor.
Sooo. I discovered this Blueberry essence and was going to give it my final attempt because I was tired of wasting money..and boy am I glad I did.
First..its important that you buy Eight O'clock coffee, Florida berry shortcake coffee. Its in the pink and black bag. Trust me...this is the only coffee flavor that works. (I've tried their Blueberry.but it's not as good and strong flavor as the berry shortcake)
I prefer cold coffee... so I do one heaping scoop for every 2 cups in my coffee machine. I usually make a large batch at a time so I make 12 cups and add 6 large, heaping scoops of the berry coffee.
Once it's brewed, prepare your coffee like normal. Add however much plain creamer you prefer. (I use half and half) then. add in however much sugar you like ..(I use turbinado and coconut sugar because it gives a caramelly flavor in my opinion)..but any sweetener will work.
And finally... Open up the blueberry essence and shake it in. It depends how strong you like it. Start out with 2 or 3 drops per cup and then work your way up until its how you like it. I like really strong blueberry flavor..so I add at least 10 drops per every 16 ounce coffee.
I really hope this helps and ENJOY

by Diedra from MD on Flavor Essence Flavorings
Awesome Flavors
:
:
:

I love Flavor Essence! These flavorings are an awesome way to infuse flavor without the added sugar or artificial sweetener. I’ve been using these for over a year in order to control the sugar content in my coffee, tea, smoothies, etc. , and I keep coming back. I would like to see lime, pecan and/or butter toffee flavors added. Thanks Mick for truly wonderful products!

by Amy S on Flavor Essence Flavorings
Brilliant
:
:

Flavor Essence is just brilliant. Wonderful product, wonderful company! I’m ordering 10 this time around. I love the flavors, especially banana.

by Ariel NH on Flavor Essence Flavorings
Love this stuff
:
:
:

I totally love this stuff! I can’t get enough of it. I also LOVE the fact that I’m still shopping local. NH is wicked cool. 😎👍🏻👍🏻

by Ronnie A. on Flavor Essence Flavorings
Awesome Flavors
:
:

Amazing natural flavors. Just placed my second order, keep up the great flavors!

by Emily on Flavor Essence Flavorings
Outstanding
:
:

I am obsessed with these flavors! I haven't dabbled with adding them to baking recipes yet, but they are amazing in my seltzer and fun flavored cocktails. Thanks Mick!!

by Ash from NC on Flavor Essence Flavorings
Love it, but i agree...please make hazelnut
:
:
:

I love this stuff! Just ordered a 5 pack before my first bottle runs out. Please add a hazelnut flavor, and a butter pecan.

by Ariel, NH on Flavor Essence Flavorings
:
:

Please make hazelnut!!! ?

Also, my great uncle Derek Owen lives in Hopkinton at Owen Farm. Small world! Lol.

by Angie on Flavor Essence Flavorings
:

I use the Blueberry in iced tea and it’s great. It has no after taste like what you get in restaurants. Can’t wait to try more flavors.