Aniseed Myrtle Oil

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What is aniseed myrtle oil?

Aniseed Myrtle Oil

Aniseed myrtle oil flavor - Subtle pernod-like aniseed flavor with a sweet after taste. Color and Appearance - Transparent pale yellow fluid. Typical Use - Flavor cream, milk, oil, vinegar, or stock for desserts, sauces, dressings. Suits apricot and pear flavors. Particularly good in ice cream. Helpful Hints - Flavor dissipates on heating so best used as a post-cooking flavoring at 2 to 4 drops per liter of product. Storage and Packaging - Cool, 125ml bottles. Special note - Pure essence available for food manufacturers.

   

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