Apple Cider flavor concentrate. Available in 15 ml Raw in the dropdown.
Undiluted concentrated flavoring.
This is concentrated flavoring and must be diluted before use Median range of use is 2%
Raws should be used at .15 to .5% median range of use.
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Mixed at 2.75% Sft…To me it’s a deep, slightly dark, great cider base … Apple is
there as well.. a bit tangy in a good way. I added a bit of VSO Apple and cinnamon for a quick mix.. After 3 days this is a great Apple cider. Will continue to play around with this flavor.. But I’m pretty satisfied with my cider recipe. Great fall flavor that I needed…thx Swaggy..
**Apple Cider (VSO) 3% (11-22-21)** — It seemed fitting to start out with this one with the onset of Fall/Winter upon us, and an Apple Cider was just what the doctor ordered. At 3% this one was present, but somewhat relaxed, and it rapidly became obvious that this WAS a great cider. Now here’s the thing, it wasn’t spiked in ANY form, meaning, no spices or any alterations, just a simply clean, authentic Apple Cider. You could (and probably should) start to spike it up with whatever you desired, and it screamed for some Cinnamon, Clove, etc. Now, even in it’s unadulterated state, it was very accurate, with some punchy apple notes, and some sediment. Wait, what ?? Learning about [the difference between Apple Juice and Apple Cider](https://www.webstaurantstore.com/blog/1794/top-5-ways-to-drink-apple-cider.html) will help explain that. The “sediment” as I”m terming it, adds to a darker texture, and pulls it from a clear Apple Juice into the cider that it is. Not really fermented, but just a nice, darker cider is really the only way to describe this. I may have to mix up another with some FLV Rich Cinnamon, a hint of Cream, maybe a few others JUST to see. As it stood, it was very good, and clean, accurate, and blank slate kept coming to mind, and that’s a real plus for us. If you want it straight, use it straight, if you want cinnamon, other spices, you can do that as you see fit. First one in Series II, was a surprising wow-zer. Nicely done Shane, and placing it at a **9.2/10**.