Rum flavouring developed to serve a variety of applications in pastry preparations (cream, ice cream, mousse...) or cooking (sauce, cream, soup...).
Flavourings are not to be used as a substitute for an ingredient, but mostly as a taste enhancer.
Drop dispenser bottle. See our use instructions and guide measures below..
Praised by professional chefs, flavourings will help you bring extra creativity to your preparations, while saving precious time.
Guide measure: between 0.1 and 1% of the total weight of the preparation, according to the flavouring used (between 1 and 10 grams per kg).
These flavourings are 'high strength', so only a few drops are necessary.
Some cooks proceed by instinct, as they would season a preparation. Pour a few drops of flavouring, then taste and rectify if needed.
You can also follow the guidelines below:
The average amount recommended is 0.5% (5 grams per kg or 5 ml per litre of preparation).
According to the type of flavouring used, a recommended quantity is specified on the bottle.
When baking or cooking: you will need to use more flavouring, according to the cooking time and intensity. For instance, for a pastry preparation that needs baking, the number of drops should be doubled.