Lorann flavors are three to four times the strength of water or alcohol-based flavorings or extracts. Kosher certified, gluten free and sugar free. It contains propylene glycol, artificial flavor, ethyl alcohol, water. Soluble in water. Appropriate for use in chocolates and coatings. Flavoring oils are highly concentrated flavors. Lorann’s concentrated essential oils and flavorings have been an integral part of American candy making and baking for over 46 years-for both the professional and the “home chef”. LorAnn’s Super Strength Flavorings are specially formulated for optimal results in hard candies, chocolates, fudges, frostings, baking and specialty confections. Pre-packaged kits, candy making accessories and plenty of recipes make using these oils surprisingly easy at home.
- Pack of four, 1-ounce 9total of 4-ounce)
- Kosher certified
- Gluten free and sugar free
So I got this and tasted it strait out of the bottle, it tasted like smoky flavored milk – YUCK! I was depressed I was stuck with 4 bottles of this. It sat on my shelf and I forgot about it. Last weekend I tasted a Zevia cream soda and was not pleased with the flavor, it tasted weird and smokey like the LorAnn oil I had gotten. I tried to doctor up the soda with a little SF Vanilla Torani syrup and a tablespoon of heavy cream – IT TASTED AMAZING!!! The odd smokiness was gone and it had a wonderful rich mouthfeel.
So I wanted to see if this would help the LorAnn oil too. I put a cup of whipping cream in a bowl and added a teaspoon of vanilla and tasted it, it tasted fine. Then I added ONE DROP of the oil, it is very strong, and stirred it in – IT TASTED SO MUCH BETTER! I whipped it up and put it on fruit and it was such a treat.
Now I will always whip a drop of it with vanilla into desserts and whip cream. It was such a happy accident to find out how to use it. When added to vanilla it really adds a new depth of flavor and tastes so different than just out of the bottle or on its own in cream.
It is VERY potent so only use a drop and increase after tasting, if you add too much it will ruin the recipe so use a light touch.
We make up a coffee creamer with 1/4 part commercial coffee creamer, vanilla, butter creme, almond and Bavarian Creme flavors and the rest milk. It tastes wonderful and is half the price of store-bought!
It is excellent!