Fat-soluble flavours for chocolate fillings unveiled

Premium filled chocolates are an ideal application for the flavours, Sensient says

Nine new fat-soluble flavours for fillings in confectionery, bakery and dairy products have been launched by Sensient.

Available either as single or dual flavours, all nine are natural, suitable for vegan concepts and kosher-certified. The peanut and almond flavours are also nut-free.

Premium filled chocolates, in which the flavours are incorporated into the chocolate ganache filling, are an ideal application for the flavours, Sensient said.

The company suggested using its Spectraflecks – coloured film particles – to boost visual appeal.

Develop bespoke flavours

Sensient is also able to develop bespoke flavours in collaboration with customers.

The company can make use of a variety of complementary inclusions, including flavoured sugar crystals, popcorn, ground cookies and toffees.

Products with tailored viscosities are also available, from caramels, chocolate and fruit-based varieties to coffee variants.

The nine new flavours are: apple & almond, banana split, butter mint, cherry, mango, orange & ginger, peanut, praline and smoked coconut.

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