Elderflower Extract

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Description

OliveNation Elderflower Extract can bring floral notes to liquors, beer, tea, champagne drinks, dessert fillings, syrups, and more.

The sweet, floral taste of the elderflower is the essence of summer. Enjoy its fragrance and flavor all year long with our Elderflower Extract.

Important to Know: When using Elderflower Extract in cocktails and other cook-free applications, it's best to make a simple syrup flavored with the extract first. Then add the mixture to your other ingredients. This Extract contains alcohol, and if it's not cooked or baked, the alcohol flavor remains and can affect the taste of your recipe.
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Additional Information

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

  • 5
    Beautiful lite floral scent and flavor

    Posted by Barb Vermilye on Sep 18th 2018

    Adds a great floral scent to my truffles without tasting like perfume. Perfect -exactly what i was shooting for!!

  • 5
    Perfect Floral Node

    Posted by mary on Jul 16th 2018

    this extract is brilliant! perfect floral compliment to citrus and berry treats...is officially a new staple in my portfolio

  • 5
    Elegant and Compelling

    Posted by Carolyn Rush on Apr 17th 2018

    I use 10-20 drops with some stevia in a can of fizzy water, or 20 drops (also with stevia) per serving of homemade gelatin. Adds a hint of intrigue to any berry preparation (blueberry jam, raspberry sorbet, strawberry sauce, etc.). A few drops in white zinfandel makes it very special. I imagine it would be lovely in a panna cotta. The possibilities are endless!

  • 5
    Elegant and Compelling

    Posted by Carolyn on Apr 9th 2018

    I am obsessed with this stuff. I add 20 drops (with a few drops of stevia) to a can of fizzy water, or 30 drops to an 8-oz serving of homemade gelatin (also with stevia). It reminds me of some kind of candy from my childhood in the mid-70s. Tastes great in white zinfandel, and adds a hint of intrigue to any berry preparation (blueberry jam, raspberry sorbet, strawberry sauce, etc.). I'm thinking it would be lovely in a panna cotta.
    Oh, the possibilities.......

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