Tea Tree Flavor Oil, Organic
Nature’s Flavors Organic Tea Tree Flavor Oil contains the notes of pure tea tree flavor. Not only can this organic ingredient be used to add flavor to your unique applications, but our flavor oils can additionally be used in products to incorporate the aroma of tea tree fragrance, too. Organic Tea Tree Flavor Oil is vegan, kosher, and gluten-free.
The tea tree, also referred to as Melaleuca alternifolia, is the source of one of the world’s most popular products. With notes that are deep, earthy, and quite similar to that of eucalyptus, tea tree oil has been used for generations as a folk medicine which has been believed to alleviate symptoms of a variety of ailments. Nature’s Flavors Organic Tea Tree Flavor Oil can be used in so many of your one-of-a-kind projects. Perfect for oil-based applications, our selection of organic flavor oils can be used in everything from chocolate, to candy, to lip balms, and more. Additionally, our flavor oils can add soothing fragrance to homemade candles and other similar products. Keep in mind, though, as you are working on a recipe or application, that our products are concentrated, so a little will go a long way. As a general rule of thumb, flavor oils should be used within the range of approximately .5% - 3% of your total ingredients. And, because each recipe is different from the next, there is simply no ‘one-size-fits-all’ approach to flavoring. Experimentation will be eminent to get your ratios just right. To prevent from over-flavoring, begin by using a small amount of flavor oil in your project and, if that’s not enough, slowly incorporate more until you reach a final product that is ideal for you and your personal taste. If you reach a flavor that lingers on your tongue for too long or a flavor that tastes medicinal, you’ve added too much. It’s very easy to overuse a flavor, so be vigilant during this process. Remember to take copious notes during your experimentation as these notes will provide a great resource when you need to look back to compare. Be sure to list the ingredients used, how much of each ingredient is incorporated, the temperature and length of time the product is cooked or baked for, etc.
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