Cardamom, one of the world’s ancient spices, is best known for its distinct flavor in Chai beverages. Crowned the “Queen of Spices”, Cardamom has a spicy, rich flavor and aroma with hints of lemon and mint. Despite being the world’s third-most expensive spice, surpassed by only vanilla and saffron, very little is needed to elevate both sweet and savory applications.
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Flavor is now a key differentiator in the nutrition category, as protein moves from the sports arena niche to an increasingly competitive mass market. And there is nothing more unique than combining the number one flavor in protein powder with the popular fall flavor of Pumpkin Spice. Synergy Flavors did just that, and Banana Spice was born.
Brazil has been the largest coffee producer for over 150 years and is responsible for 1/3 of the worlds coffee today. Synergy sourced beans from the Sul de Minas region of Brazil made a 100% Brazilian Coffee Essence that captures the rich character and aroma of the world's favorite cup.
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The black currant berry known for its incredible health benefits and intense flavor, is native to northern Europe and Asia. With three to four times the amount of vitamin C as oranges, the black currant berry is gaining traction as the next superfruit.
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Maple is familiar, comforting and uniquely North American. The Early European settlers learned the art of sugaring from Native Americans, who first tapped maple trees and boiled the sap to make a sweetener. Intrigued by the growing interest in aged and oak cast spirits, we decided to add depth to our traditional maple flavor with all natural oak components.
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Many associate figs with the famous cookie bar. However, figs were one of the first fruits to be dried and stored by man. In fact, their existance as a culinary delicacy can be traced back to 9200 B.C., predating the domestication of wheat, barley and legumes. The fig may be the first known instance of agriculture. Full of delectable sweet notes, cooked figs were used as sweeteners in lieu of sugar in historical times — usage that still continues today.
Presently there are more than one hundred fifty fig varieties, all ranging in various colors and textures. Some of the most popular varieties are Black Mission, Kadota, Calimyrna, Brown Turkey and Adriatic. To read more >
Poached pear is a pear simmered in a liquid that ranges from sweetened water to fruity white wine, or is infused with vanilla beans and saffron threads. This poaching process brings out the inherent sweetness, flavor and texture of a pear, making it an instant favorite as a full-flavored, low calorie dessert. To read more >