White Chocolate 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.
We cannot accept returns or exchanges on flavoring
addy tuney –
better then vta love, this is my favorite
Deb (verified owner) –
This is a fantastic white chocolate! I’ve tried plenty of them ..Paired this with white fudge.. and another white choc and it’s perfect! This is a keeper! Thx Swaggy…
deb1003 (verified owner) –
Recap… After 3 weeks steep my sft at 4% was fantastic. No off notes just a nice slightly creamy , melty white chocolate. Good mouth feel.. Used in recipes at 2/ 3%. Excellent with fruits and accents VSO Vanilla Cream nicely. One of my fav chocolates.
lyndamariepyne (verified owner) –
Tested 3% steeped a week. This is so much better than Love, Flv white chocolate or WF white chocolate. This has no off notes, it’s not overwhelming on the dairy, it’s not chalky, it’s just a nice creamy white chocolate. Its like you took a white chocolate baking bar and melted it in a sauce pan over low heat and mixed until all you had was a silky creamy white chocolate. Definitely a good one for custards, bakeries, milkshakes, fruit.. solo..yes. 2% in a mix, .5-1% accent, solo 3+ %
SessionDrummer (verified owner) –
**White Chocolate (VSO) 3% (6-19-22)** — Because this one was the LAST of the NEW VSO flavors for me, I was not exactly RUSHING to get it done, as this last batch of newer flavors were REALLY good, and many squarely unique to VSO. While admittedly never being a huge White Choco fan, it might just make me the one TO review one. White Chocolate has a pretty interesting past, and very often is the same as our beloved Chocolates [without the Cocoa Nibs](https://www.thespruceeats.com/what-is-white-chocolate-5114297). Wait a minute, NIBS ?? Yes, nibs. Lately there have been some MFG’s that have cut corners, and replaced the cocoa butter with oils, so beware, and check the label. With that out of the way, this one presented as a clean, almost rich, natural White Chocolate, through and through. Not only have I had some terrible chocolates, but I’ve had some not so great white chocolates as well, so clearly, it’s not easy getting it right. Shane seems to have done just that here however. It was actually surprisingly rich @ 3%, with a nice mouthfeel along for the ride. The one thing that was consistently great with this one was the cocoa butter, and I got it every time. About mid level sweet, and most importantly, it was convincing to it’s namesake. It had an almost little “twang” on the finish, and I’m convinced that it just made it all the more realistic. Smooth, creamy, and convincing were the three things that I kept going back to when taking my notes. What more could you ask for ?? Not much. Easily a **9.75/10**.