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Company Lists Emergent Beverage Flavors For 2016

December 17, 2015: 12:00 AM EST
A fragrance and flavor technology company has created a list of beverage flavors it believes will become popular in 2016. At the top of the Sensient Flavors list is chamoy, a “mash-up” of flavors that blends the heat of ancho chilies with apricot preserves, lime juice, salt and sugar. The company says it’s time for the emergence of flavors associated with trees, especially their bark, roots and leaves. Honeyed evergreen, according to Sensient, is “a crisp, unpretentious pine flavor softened by honey.” Look also for sassafras among flavors based on bitters, roots, and craft soda flavors like root beer, and also for charred coconut, overripe melon, pandan, preserved cherry blossom and urfa chili.
Keith Nunes, "Sensient sees several unique flavors emerging in 2016", Food Business News, December 17, 2015, © Sosland Publishing Co.
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