June’s flavor of the month is blackberry: sweet, tart, juicy. Like other berries, the blackberry has many health benefits and is even considered a superfood. Their signature dark bluish-purple color is the perfect cue that the fruit is bursting with antioxidants. Also known as brambleberries, blackberries can be served in a variety of ways; freshly-picked off the stem, pressed into a jam and spread on toast, or baked into a blackberry pie – just to name a few! Try mixing one of our delicious blackberry flavorings into lemonade or tea, or use to create a “berry” delightful handcrafted coffee or cocktail.
February’s flavor of the month is chocolate: smooth, rich, melt-in-your-mouth delicious. Chocolate comes in many varieties; dark chocolate, milk chocolate, semisweet chocolate – just to name a few! It’s made from cocoa, which is surprisingly bitter in its simplest form. Popular year-round, it’s perfect for creating specialty coffee beverages, after-dinner drinks, milkshakes, and culinary treats. There is just something about the feeling we get when we taste chocolate that keeps us coming back for more. Celebrate the joy of chocolate this Valentine’s Day by indulging in your favorite sweet treat, made simple with our wide selection of premium chocolate flavorings.
January’s flavor of the month is almond: rich, nutty and aromatic. Did you know that the almond is actually a drupe? Related to the cherry, plum, nectarine and peach family, they are considered a ‘stone fruit’ rather than a nut or seed. Either way, almonds are a delicious and healthy snack! The smooth, distinct taste of almond has also made it a popular choice for flavoring beverages and culinary dishes. Almond syrup, also known as ‘orgeat’ is an ingredient commonly used to create tiki cocktails and specialty coffee beverages. So think outside the shell and get creative using one of our unique almond flavors this month.
December’s flavor of the month is maple. Smooth and distinctive, maple is perfect for crafting beverages and culinary dishes with a touch of indulgence. Traditional maple syrup, made by the process of boiling down sap harvested from a variety is maple tree species, has long been used as a breakfast condiment. With balanced sweetness and earthy notes, the flavor of maple has also become a popular choice for flavoring specialty coffee beverages, teas and cocktails.
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