Summertime Fine

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I don’t know about everyone else, but I am definitely welcoming the warm weather with open arms & lots of cool, refreshing, Iced Tea.

MMMH. *Sips tea.

Black tea, green tea, chamomile tea, sweet tea, wild raspberry tea, mint tea, herbal tea…

Whatever kind of tea floats your boat, I hope you’re not forgetting about our Caramelized Sugar products.

Here’s why.iced tea

Have you ever noticed a weird after taste in your mouth when you drink tea beverages? What about a weird feeling in your mouth after each sip? You’re not the only one. Take these two notes out of tea, and BAM. Cold brew tea wins the award for best summer time beverage, rated E for everyone to enjoy.

Our Caramelized Sugar products were designed to mask undesirable off-notes (weird after taste) and improve mouth feel (weird feeling in your mouth after each sip).

This is all just a fancy way of saying, our syrups and/or powder products will make your thirst-quenching iced tea better this summer.

Two syrups in particular, 75/260-01 and 75/180-01 work wonders for iced tea or any high acid food and beverage system. These syrups are light to medium caramelization with robust and lightly sweet flavor.

Organic Option? — Of course.

Our Organic Certified Specialty Products include VPI-197-OCS Caramelized Sugar Syrup and our powder option, VPI-913-OCP. Both work wonders in tea systems, as well as coffee, bakery, savory, and dessert applications.

Last but definitely not least, we have our WS-100-SS NON CARRIER Powder. Without any maltodextrin, this product will incredibly enhance and round out flavors while standardizing color of your tea beverages.

Contact us today, and let’s make your tea beverages summertime fine!

The thirst is real.

Quench it, with Caramelized Sugar.

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We're the Caramelized Sugar Experts, Real...Natural Plant-Based Ingredients

Caramelized Sugar ingredients for the industrial R&D food scientist, chef, ingredient buyer and flavorist. Caramelized Sugars are real, natural ingredients, applied at low usage rates for flavor modifications, masking off-notes and sugar reduction. The caramelization of the sugar is the key to unlocking the flavor modification benefits. Low usage rates with many food and beverage development benefits. Caramelized syrups and powders are a component of any flavor system.

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