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Bourbon Whiskey Extract

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SKU:
EW2
UPC:
842441102291
  • Bourbon Whiskey Extract
  • Bourbon Whiskey Extract
$3.99
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Description

Our Bourbon Extract is ideal for cooking and baking use. Bourbon is a barrel-aged spirit usually made from corn. It has been distilled since the 18th century and has a unique flavor and color that come from charred oak casks.

We have one of the best bourbon whiskey extracts made using the finest bourbon whiskey. It can be used in sweet and savory recipes, and a wonderful addition to your cooking and baking ingredients! It is quite easy to use and is just what you need for flavorful cooking.

Add it to whipped cream or cake frosting for a special treat and an extra kick, or to your seafood and meat marinades to enhance the flavors subtly. Our bourbon whiskey extract also goes well with pork, chicken, and beef. Just a few drops of this concentrated whiskey extract is enough to have special taste treat!

You can use our bourbon extract for the following:

  • Flavoring sauces, meals, and desserts
  • Making frosting for cakes
  • Adding to yogurt and ice creams
  • Flavoring beverages and candies

Ingredients: Glycerin, Bourbon Whiskey Extractives, Water, and Natural Flavors

Allergen Statement: No wheat/gluten, sulfites, eggs, dairy, fish/shellfish, starch, yeast, MSG, peanut or other nuts, coconut, sodium, rice, or soy potential allergens are present in this product or in the facility where the product is manufactured.

Shop our Bourbon Whiskey Extract, and we guarantee that you’ll never again think of making bourbon extract at home!

Information for E-Cigarette and Non Food & Drink Customers

This item is filled in fluid ounces and not by weight

PLEASE NOTE: This product is intended for culinary uses only: cooking, baking, and other human food applications.

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Product Specifications

INGREDIENTS:
Glycerin, Bourbon Whiskey Extractives, Water, and Natural Flavors
SDS:
SPEC:
NON_GMO:
Yes
GLUTEN FREE:
Yes
KOSHER:
Yes
ORGANIC:
No
ALCOHOL FREE:
No
MADE IN USA:
Yes
VEGAN FRIENDLY:
Yes
PG FREE:
Yes
FLAVOR:
Whiskey
APPEARANCE:
Not Clear
TYPE:
Extract
SUGGESTED USES:
Baking, Brewing, Cooking
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13 Reviews

  • 1

    No flavor at all

    Posted by Confused on Dec 5th 2020

    This extract smells like... water. I couldn't detect ANY flavor whatsoever, not even alcohol flavor. What a waste of money and time.

  • 5

    Review for Bourbon Whiskey Extract

    Posted by tamika arnold on Mar 27th 2018

    horrible does not give me any flavor. taste like water. will never buy this flavor again

  • 5

    Price was good and it has a good flavor but you can’t really taste the bourbon

    Posted by Carrie on Dec 14th 2017

    Price is good and it has a good flavor but not very bourbon flavored you cannot tell in it does not taste like whiskey it tastes more like vanilla with a hint of something

  • 5

    NICE FLAVOR CHANGE

    Posted by Rich53 on May 29th 2017

    for any recipe calling for an extract

  • 5

    NICE FLAVOR CHANGE

    Posted by Rich53 on May 29th 2017

    for any recipe calling for an extract

  • 5

    NICE FLAVOR CHANGE

    Posted by Rich53 on May 29th 2017

    for any recipe calling for an extract

  • 5

    Great taste!

    Posted by Kristy Martens on Nov 10th 2016

    I used this in a glaze for a pumpkin cake. Oh my goodness! This flavoring is great tasting and I appreciate the price difference between sizes.

  • 5

    not very Bourbony

    Posted by Claire on Aug 5th 2016

    There is a strong alcohol kick when you add this, but as far as bourbon taste, I don't taste it. I added this to give the little alcohol burn and then used real bourbon as well. Sometimes in recipes you have to add so much bourbon for the real kick taste that it waters down recipe. adding this as well helps alot,

  • 5

    Not Very Potent

    Posted by Nick on Apr 27th 2016

    Tried using it to make caramels, and added about 2-3 tablespoons and still never got much of the taste of bourbon.

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