All natural flavours collection launched

By Noli Dinkovski

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Sensient’s Ginger Collection comprises six distinctive flavour profiles
Sensient’s Ginger Collection comprises six distinctive flavour profiles
A collection of natural flavouring ranges covering five key botanical areas has been introduced by Sensient Flavors.

Based on the latest findings of Sensient’s research, the All Natural Flavour Collections incorporate florals, herbs, spices, tea and ginger.

The 10-strong Floral Collection is said to offer spicy and herbaceous delicate and sweet flavours for applications including cocktails and gin, to confectionery and dairy.

Jasmine, chrysanthemum, desert wildflowers, elderflower, geranium, rose and lavender feature in the line-up.

A touch of natural sophistication

Sensient said its Spice Collection added a touch of natural sophistication and complexity to a number of applications.

A modern twist, it claimed, places black pepper, pink peppercorn, star anise, clove bud and saffron firmly in the beverage arena, while their inherent heat means that cinnamon, capsicum, cardamom and liquorice to add warmth to bakery and dairy.

Completing the collection, Juniper Berry is claimed to be perfect in meat-based savouries, and it even works in beer.

Aimed at cheeses, savoury snacks, soft drinks and cocktails, the Herb Collection includes garden mint, coriander leaves, sage, rosemary, hops, oregano, basil, thyme, lemongrass and aloe vera.

Distinctive new flavours of tea

Sensient is also capitalising on the trend for distinctive new flavours of tea.

Its Tea Collection brings together eight different tastes: green tea, matcha tea, white tea, cascara tea, rooibos, chai tea, black tea and Earl Grey, all designed to work with ice cream as well as chocolate and alcoholic beverages.

Sensient’s Ginger Collection, meanwhile, comprises six distinctive flavour profiles to highlight that not all ginger is the same.

It claimed to be able to tailor classic ginger beer, ginger ale, ginger root, spicy ginger, Nigerian ginger and Chinese ginger to all sorts of applications, from beverages and confectionery to bakery and dairy desserts.

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