Star Kay White Rose 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, but cakes, pastries, drinks, marinades, even stir-fry and savoury dishes will be transformed.
- 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 16327
- Suitable for vegetarians
- Suitable for vegans
- Gluten free
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Star Kay White Rose Extract Customer Reviews
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Heavenly cakes!” by Susan
If you like Turkish Delight, then do try this rose extract. I recently made a 6oz Victoria Sponge mix with one teaspoon of rose extract, sandwiched together with raspberry jam and some vanilla buttercream - totally delicious. One teaspoon of extract in the mix gave just the right rose note without being flowery. Next time, vanilla sponge, strawberry jam and rose buttercream!
Has to be tried!” by Ms MacKenzie
Having tried, to no avail, to purchase this elsewhere when Lakeland stopped stocking this, I am delighted to see this back. It's simply wonderful added to any sponge mixture. Try it in a Victoria sponge, filled with double cream and fresh strawberries (lovely, if inauthentic) or in cupcakes, topped with fondant icing and crystallised rose petals.
Rose Flavour?” by Janice
Having had great success with a violet essence (different manufacturer) which needed only six drops to a mixture that made 15 large sweets, I was very disappointed with this. I bought it to make Rose Fondant sweets but had to use so much to get the slightest hint of rose flavour into the fondant that the bitter alcohol taste was overwhelming. Given that there is 99% alcohol to 1% rose oil AND water the rose content is negligible. The lavender essence is slightly better and I have not yet tried the vanilla I bought at the same time, but I would not try any other flavours in this range
A note from the team: Thanks for the review and taking the time to speak to me. I'm sorry that the extract didn't meet your expectations. I'm glad I was able to help.