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Caramel Flavour

Caramel Flavour

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Our Caramel Flavour provides a sugary, buttery caramel taste that is bursting with undertones of warmth and comfort! This Caramel Flavour Oil is a natural/artificial concentrated, food grade, oil soluble flavour that can be used in a range of products including lip balms, lip glosses, lipstick, edible massage melts, massage oils and more!

Usage Guidelines

Product Details:

  • Caramel Flavour
  • Caramel Flavour Oil
  • Our Caramel Flavour provides a sugary, buttery caramel taste that is bursting with undertones of warmth and comfort
  • This is a food grade, oil soluble flavour oil
  • This flavour oil is a natural/artifical concentrated oil
  • This flavour oil is Unsweetened, Gluten Free and suitable for Vegans

This Flavour is Perfect for a Wide Range of Products Including:

  • Lip Balms
  • Lip Gloss
  • Liquid Lip Gloss
  • Lipstick
  • Lip Scrubs
  • Lip Jellies
  • Edible Massage Melts
  • Edible Massage Bars
  • Massage Oils

Technical Information

Technical Information:

  • INCI: Flavour
  • Flavour: Characteristic Caramel Flavour
  • Appearance: Clear Pale Yellow Liquid
  • Refractive Index: 1.4579 – 1.4933 @ 20°C
  • Specific Gravity: 0.864 – 1.047 @ 25°C
  • Country of Origin: USA
  • Unsweetened, Oil Soluble Flavour Oil
  • Flavour Oil is Gluten Free, Paraben Free, Phthalate Free and suitable for Vegans
  • Storage Recommendation: Store in tightly sealed container in a cool, dry place away from direct light and heat
  • Usage Rate: We recommend adding between 1 – 5% of the flavour oil to your projects.

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Darlene
Not exactly Caramel

To me this doesn’t quite smell like what one would traditionally think of a caramel scent to smell like. It smells more like those rum and butter life savers from years ago if you remember those. Also a little goes a long way. I added it to my lip balms at about 3% but it was too strong so maybe just do 0.5-2% max instead.