Concentrated Vanilla Cupcake flavoring by the Flavor Apprentice.
Vanilla Cupcake concentrated flavoring is FDA approved for use in food, beverages, and products for human consumption.
Ingredients: Artificial flavor, PG, water
* This contains trace amounts of diacetyl.
All flavorings are undiluted, full strength flavor concentrates direct from the manufacturer.
Except where noted (*) in the product description, all flavorings are manufactured from FDA approved ingredients and are not known to contain diacetyl, acetoin, or acetyl propionyl.
Please read the entire description for the product before purchase to determine if the flavoring is suitable for your intended use.
Specific questions regarding flavoring ingredients or chemicals should be directed to the individual manufacturer.
Due to subjective tastes, our recommended usage is to test any new flavoring at a low percentage of 2-5% flavoring in your recipe, and adjust to taste.
Vanilla Cupcake Flavor
A sweet, cakey vanilla flavor with a hint of frosting. Medium Strength.
*** Note: This flavor contains 'custard' ingredients: Acetoin & Acetylpropionyl.
A DIVISION OF THE PERFUMERS APPRENTICE
Most flavors can be used in: Baking, Candy-Making, Carbonated water (soda flavors) and many other applications that can be fun with flavors!
The flavors that Perfumers Apprentice sell are "food-safe", made in the U.S., and conform to current Food Industry standards.
***Custard Ingredients in Flavors
****************************************** NEW UPDATE 7/20/14
There is another custard note that has not had as much attention as the others, and that ingredient is Butyric Acid. Butyric acid is found naturally in butter and milk, as well as certain cheeses, and it is sometimes used at low levels to accentuate a butter note. It is not as commonly used at as high levels as Acetoin and Acetyl Propionyl, because if overdone it can lend a rather unpleasant aftertaste to a flavor. There are companies who are now using it more in place of Acetoin and Acetyl Propionyl, but in reality Butyric Acid can also be irritating when inhaled.
Also, Diacetyl can be found naturally in certain fruit extracts, so there is also the potential for trace amounts to be found in some natural extracts. The potential may be less for concentrated flavors not made with natural extracts.
Note: This flavor can have variations in color over time. This is normal and does not affect the taste.
As with all flavorings, individual tastes are subjective and will vary from one person to another. Because of the nature of individual tastes and preferences, Wizard Labs cannot offer refunds based on individual likes or dislikes of a manufacturer's particular flavoring, and all flavoring sales are final. We highly suggest trying an 8ml sample size of any new flavoring before committing to a larger purchase.
For Best Storage Conditions:
Store in a tightly closed container, away from heat and direct sunlight.