Star Kay White Lime Extract
Star Kay White, a New York family firm established in 1890, are renowned for the purity and intensity of their extracts and pride themselves on their unrivalled quality. Made with the finest ingredients to guarantee an authentic flavour, they’re versatile and highly concentrated – lasting a long time, just a little makes a big difference to baking and cooking. Their extracts are used by some of the biggest ice cream companies in the world, and they’ll also transform cakes, pastries, drinks, marinades; even stir-fry and savoury dishes.
From Key lime pie and lime sorbet to more unusual recipes, this extract provides a refreshing, zesty flavour and is ideal in desserts where actual citrus juice can’t be added.
- ½ Teaspoon: Subtle Flavour
- 1 Teaspoon: Definite aroma
- 1 ½ Teaspoons: Strong Flavour
Or please follow the suggested amount in the recipe you are using.
Carriage Restrictions : Please note this product can be delivered to Mainland UK only (this includes Scottish Highlands & Islands). This product can not be sent to Northern Ireland or the Channel Islands.
Cat Ref: SKU 18359
- Suitable for vegetarians
- Suitable for vegans
- Gluten free
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Ingredients: Alcohol (90%), Oil of Lime.
Customer Reviews - Star Kay White Lime Extract
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very delicate flavour” by Carole Jones
I bought this to make the Key Lime pie recipe from lakeland brochure. It took 4 teaspoons to give any flavour. The flavour was true to taste. The pie however was a disaster and did not set even though I followed the recipe . I will use the rest of this essence but will stick to vanilla in the future.
A note from the team: We're sorry to hear you've been disappointed with the setting of your Key lime pie when using this product. There was an error on the recipe which missed out the important ingredients of the juice of two limes. We hope you'll forgive us and will give the pie another try.