Mint Flavor Concentrate, Natural
Great as a stand-alone flavor or mixed with others, the taste of Nature’s Flavors Mint Flavor Concentrate is cool, chilling, and oh-so flavorful. Add it to recipes ranging from ice cream and frozen yogurt bases, to baked goods, to beverages, and countless others. Mint Flavor Concentrate is vegan, kosher, and gluten-free.
Mint flavor has always been a popular flavor in many cultures. From beverages to medicines, mint flavor has made its way through various societies. Often associated with a crisp, cool feeling, mint has been a refreshing variable in many foods. The ice cream industry has incorporated mint flavor into their products for decades, and it still remains a favorite amongst consumers. Ranging from tobacco companies, to candy, and gums, to those even trying to flavor their water, mint flavor is used on a regular basis by people all over the world. The use of mint flavor has varied significantly throughout consumerism. Some use spearmint leaves in their mojitos, whereas others might drop a peppermint in their hot tea to give it a little extra kick.
True mint flavor is derived from the Lamiaceae plant family, though its original family name is 'labiateael. In this family, there are currently 236 genera and over 650 species of mint herbs and counting. Many of these mint flavors are known to have strong healing effects on the body. It is commonly used to freshen breath and kill bacteria in the mouth, however, mint flavor is also used to aid in digestion and respiratory issues as well as numerous other health benefits. Some of these include dermal care, female sterility, nausea, etc. Some digestive issues can even be resolved simply by inhaling the notes of a mint flavor. Being that mint oils are so potent, they can clear up some of the worst nausea and headache ailments with a couple of sniffs.
Use mint flavor in your ice cream. Mint flavor is especially tasty in alcoholic beverages, too. For delicious and refreshing lemonade, use some Mint Flavor Concentrate. Try mint flavor in your sugar cookies to switch it up a bit. Peppermint patties are undeniable with a smidgeon of mint flavor. Mint flavor makes a great fragrance enhancer for candles. Don't forget to heat up some mint oil in a bowl to clear up those lungs while you're sick or feeling stuffy. Mint flavor is a great way to scent up your house or office, as well as naturally release mood-elevating chemicals throughout your body. To start a day, inhale a little mint essential oil to stimulate those senses and really get your concentration in tune. And never forget that St. Paddy's Day is the perfect time to whip out Mint Flavor Concentrate for truly festive baking.