We love cream here at Real Flavors. How about barrel-aged bourbon cream? YES please! It’s so creamy you’ll do a double take, and the complex flavors of the charred oak barrel really come out in this special blend.
Domesticated in the Early Bronze Age, almonds are a delicious nut used in marzipan, pastries, cakes, coffees, trail mix and more. Their classic, nutty taste blends beautifully with creams too. Go nuts for our Almond flavor.
An apple a day keeps the doctor away…and no wonder! You’ll feel great when you’re enjoying the fresh, crisp taste of sweet juicy apples all year long. This refreshing blend of Granny Smith, Empire, Red Delicious, and Snow apples is so tasty and good, it’s almost too good.
Apple crumble (also known as apple crisp) first appeared in cookbooks in 1924. Since then it has become an autumn favorite in America, Canada and the UK. Sliced apples are mixed together with brown sugar, butter, rolled oats and spices like cinnamon, ginger and nutmeg…then baked to a steaming golden brown, with a crispy streusel crust topping this satisfying dessert. This flavor goes well with ice cream too!
Warm, flaky crust? Moist apple filling and spices? Oh yes! Nothing says classic comfort like an Apple Pie cooling on the windowsill. Now you can get that precious, homemade taste without all the work. Pairing well with a scoop of vanilla ice cream, this flavor is so scrumptious that even Mom will want some.
Enjoy the fun, fizzy taste of tropical lime with our Baja Soda. Based on a beloved 21st-century soda that is sometimes hard to find, this flavor packs a blast of bubbles in every refreshing, tangy drop.
Nothing says hearth and home like the rich, warm smell of fresh baked bread. One of the earliest foods ever prepared by humans, the breaking of bread symbolizes friendship and community. Our Baked Bread flavor is like a fluffy, yeasty, soft white loaf that’s fresh from the oven. It’s a strong one, so start low for best results.
Baklava is a rich, sweet pastry consisting of flaky, tissue-thin layers of filo pastry surrounding a generous filling of finely-chopped walnuts. After baking, it is sweetened and held together with syrup or honey…and a traditional green dusting of ground pistachios tops these tasty squares. It’s said this Mesopotamian treat can trace its roots as far back as the 8th century BCE. Wow! Let our Baklava flavor take your taste buds on a special journey.
First cultivated more than 8000 years ago, bananas are available in many varieties around the world. Today, yellow Cavendish bananas are one of the most consumed fruits in America. With their distinctive, creamy taste and texture, bananas are great on their own and can be used in everything from breakfast cereals to baked desserts to smoothies.
Ignite your taste buds with this famous flame-cooked dessert that was invented in 1951. What’s in our Banana Foster? Bananas, vanilla ice cream and a special sauce. The rich sauce (made of butter, brown sugar, spicy cinnamon, dark rum and banana liqueur) is expertly flambéd with the bananas in a hot saucepan, before being served atop the ice cream. Hot meets cold in this perfect pairing of tastes.
Invented in 1904, the banana split has been delighting dessert-lovers ever since. First a ripe banana is halved lengthwise. Then three scoops of ice cream (chocolate, strawberry and vanilla) are placed in a row between the split banana. A generous topping of whipped cream, chopped nuts and syrup completes the affair. Yum! It doesn’t get any better than that.
Bavarian cream is a classic 19th-century dessert, made from a rich eggy custard that has been mixed with whipped cream and stiffened with gelatin. The result is a tasty treat with a pudding-like texture. Want some? You could make the trip to Bavaria, with its snow-capped peaks…but now you won’t have to. This indulgent flavor will take you there.
A small green citrus fruit that blossoms in winter, bergamot is bitter and sour. Containing more than 300 flavor compounds (with elegant floral and citrus notes among them), it is less sour than a lemon but more bitter than a grapefruit. Bergamot is best described as a complex, bitter, very aromatic flavor. Use this to provide balance to your blends.
Sharing the dark color of blackberries, black raspberries are less tart and (surprisingly) have their own unique flavor which is unlike red raspberries or blackberries. Their natural sweetness with just a smidgen of tang makes them perfect for eating when fresh. They’re also fantastic in jams and pies. Surrender to your curiosity…you know you want to.
Blackberries have been a juicy treat for thousands of years. Growing wild in most of Europe, these darkly-colored berries are the yang to raspberries’ ying. Tart and sweet, blackberry can be used in just about anything…from jams to smoothies to baked desserts like pies. Try it with meringue or in a white chocolate blend. This flavor is a must-have.
Blood oranges are a crimson-colored variety that originated in the 18th century. Possessing an aroma and distinct flavor more intense than the common orange, this juicy red citrus fruit has sweet overtones of raspberry and strawberry. It’s one of our best natural flavors.
Blue Moon ice cream is a bright blue favorite from the Great Lakes Region. Marshmallow-sweet with unexpected undertones of fruity cereal, this ice cream blends berries with a hint of orange to create a one-of-a-kind tasty treat!
Introducing a bright-colored classic we’ve all known and loved in candies and cold drinks since childhood. Did you ever wonder how they came up with BLUE raspberries? Now you know. Taste the mix of fresh blueberry and raspberry in this tangy, terrific flavor. No wonder it’s a favorite.
The perfect mix of blueberry and raspberry come together in big, fluffy puffs of sweet cotton candy to create this berry-flavored spun-sugar treat. Enjoy it at the movies, the circus or anywhere you please.
Native to North America, blueberries come in second only to strawberries in terms of berry popularity. Ideal for pies, jellies, desserts, cereals, candies and more…the days of waiting for them to be in season are a thing of the past. Now you can enjoy the sweet, succulent taste of blueberries with our flavoring, any time of year.