Used in 461 recipes at an average of 1.063%.
Poor ol’ mister meringue. Got caught making whippey with the neighbour again so his wife gave him the boot. He blew all his money on powdered sugar so now he pimps himself out on the street corner for spare lemons.
This is a Mr. Meringue by Charlie’s Chalkdust clone. Took me years to get it just right. Recently bought a bottle of the commercial and was amazed at how close it was. Smelling either bottle I can’t tell the difference.
It’s a commercial clone, needs sweetener.
Original artwork done by my crazy teenager.
A blueberry mint that will leave you feeling minty fresh!
An improvement over https://alltheflavors.com/recipes/123169
The lemon lime really gives it the kick it needs.
This is a nice, natural, sweet lemon flavor. It's not necessarily tart, or bitter, or acidic; just a straight up sweet lemon flavor. It's almost reminiscent of those lemon drop candies, but less artificial tasting. I can see this working very well in bakeries, candies, and beverage flavors. The first place my palate wants to take this is like a lemon meringue pie. I've tried this at 1%, 3%, and 5%. 3% seems to be the cap, 1% was a little too weak, and 5% I didn't get anything extra out of it than I did at 3%. This flavoring oughtn't need to steep as it's a fruit, seems to be low in acids, and has an inherent sweetness about it.