Black Currant (Cassis) Extract

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If you haven't discovered the delicious flavor of black currants, here is your opportunity. The black currant has a slightly sweet and grape-like flavor. In Europe black currant is as popular as grape is in the US. This delicious extract is extremely versatile and can be added to replace either grape or berry flavor in any baking or ice cream recipe. Add it to syrups and sauces for beef, chicken, ham and game. We guarantee it will be one of your favorites. This black currant (cassis) extract is both sugar and gluten-free. Formula updated June 21st 2017 Ingredients: Natural ethyl alcohol, natural black currant flavors.

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INGREDIENTS:
Glycerin, alcohol & natural flavors
NUTRITION:
-
MSDS:
-
ALLERGENSTATEMENT:
-
COA:
-
FIDS:
-
SPEC:
GLUTEN FREE:
Yes
KOSHER:
Yes
ORGANIC:
No
ALCOHOL FREE:
No
MADE IN USA:
Yes
PG FREE:
No
FLAVOR:
Black Currant
FORM:
Not Clear
TYPE:
Extract
SUGGESTED USES:
Baking, Brewing, Cooking
NON_GMO:
-
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9 Reviews

  • 5
    unique

    Posted by Kathleen Kerber on Nov 9th 2017

    I love this black currant flavor!

  • 5
    Great find!

    Posted by Sheldon Cheng on Apr 21st 2017

    I love that black currant is a possibility on OliveNation. Here in the US it's not always easy to get black current flavour so I was really pleasantly surprised when I found it here! Gives me a little taste of home.

  • 5
    Variety and Quality

    Posted by Luke on May 26th 2016

    I have used many extracts from Olive Nation and have been very happy, the black currant being no exception. Primarily, I use them to fortify the fresh fruit flavors in homemade ice cream and sorbets. When added in the correct ratio they perform well by enhancing, not overpowering.

  • 5
    Excellent Product

    Posted by Walt on Mar 1st 2016

    I use this as flavoring for this n that .. its excellent

  • 5
    not good for flavored water

    Posted by Kristine on Feb 29th 2016

    I recently built a home carbonation system to make my own sparkling flavored water. I purchased these ten flavors in that pursuit. I tried each flavor in my water several times to try and give them a fair test.

    1. Black Currant (Cassis) Extract – too bitter for flavored water (I don’t add sugar or stevia), not very potent
    2. Red Raspberry Extract – Ok but really weak for my purpose.
    3. Orange Extract – Not great at all, chalky taste, the Watkins orange oil from Walmart is better
    4. Lime Extract – I was blown away by the awesomeness. Potent and bang on flavor!
    5. Cherry Extract – Good “hint” water but not as potent or amazing as the Lime and Pineapple
    6. Peach Extract – not good for “hint” water I couldn’t tell what the flavor was even after adding 4x as much as the lime or pineapple
    7. Pineapple Extract – I was blown away by the awesomeness. Potent and bang on flavor!
    8. Blackberry Extract – underwhelmed. It is weak and tastes more green and brambly than like the lush blackberries I love
    9. Lemon Extract – Very accurate lemony flavor, quite potent
    10. Strawberry Extract – Accurate flavor but very weak for the purpose of “hint water”, I would not purchase again
    I had some disappointments and some delightful surprises. The only flavors I would for sure repurchase would be the Lime, Pineapple and Cherry.
    Most people will purchase for baking and not for flavored water which is why I clearly am stating my purpose/use for the flavors.

  • 5
    Really good extract

    Posted by vicki on Dec 26th 2015

    I use it in my coffee and tea. Gives the ho-hum cup of hot beverage pizazz. Flavor is much more then a hint, so be sure to buy the droppers so as to regulate the amount. Droppers are great for all your extracts. Holds down the waste of having it run down the sides.

  • 4
    Black Currant extract

    Posted by Joye on Aug 18th 2012

    I bought this extract to add to my pitcher of iced tea and it makes a very nice Black Currant tea. I use about 1/2 teaspoon per 2 quarts of tea so it has lasted quite a while. Ive also tried Peach extract Chai and Mango and they are all good in iced tea. Im going to add the different flavors in batches of cupcakes next and experiment with that! Thanks.

  • 4
    Terrific Flavor

    Posted by Susan on Aug 18th 2012

    I use this extract in my yogurt smoothies and wine to make Kir. I have given it as a gift to many friends and family and they all love it.

  • 4
    Pure Black Currant (Cassis) Extract

    Posted by Bonnie on Aug 2nd 2011

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