With a fresh scent and wonderfully zingy taste, lime has become the go-to slice for flavoring waters, soft drinks, beers and desserts, and for adding balance to spicy snacks. It is an irresistible pairing for many culinary specialties, and is a frequent addition to a range of new natural beauty products.
Limes have many natural benefits. Packed with healthy vitamins and minerals, lime not only is good for your internal health, but is also great for your skin. The crisp scent is also used in a variety of beauty and cosmetic products. So, it’s safe to say there is no limit to using lime as an ingredient in many diverse product applications.
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Prized as the perfect complement to a bubbly cocktail or as a mixologist’s delight, elderflower’s power is blooming, even in the off-picking season. Elderflower is floral and fragrant, yet subtle and heady, and it’s becoming the secret weapon in the culinary arena.
The floral influences and inspirations derived from elderflower are just getting started. Its use in cordials, desserts, teas, beverages and wellness powders is trending. Luckily for consumers, there is no limit to culinary possibilities for this fresh flower. Whether it is the star ingredient in an evening cocktail or mixed with a spoonful of honey, elderflower is blossoming into every aspect of the food industry.
Keep your eyes peeled for more and more elderflower extracts, essences and infusions in all food, beverage and wellness categories. Elderflower is that mysterious note that developers will be dreaming of and using all year long.
But when we talk about Montmorency cherries, we are in an entirely different realm of wonderful flavor that offers a balance of flavor acidity and a significant range of possibilities that go far beyond desserts.
Montmorency cherries are considered magic for the craft beer phenomenon that we have seen exploding across the world. These tart cherries dominate the aroma of cherry with hints of wine and cider that teases the palate with a dry, lingering fruit finish. The cherries’ reddish pink color gives beer a warm color and adds a floral note, and depending on how long the cherries have been aging in the beer, you can detect slight aromas of ginger and licorice and mild notes of pepper from the flavor melding of spice and fruit.