Cook's, Choice Root Beer Extract, 4 oz
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|Flavor||Root Beer Extract|
|Specialty||Vegetarian, Kosher, Vegan|
|Allergen Information||Gluten Free|
About this item
- Old fashioned style Root Beer Extract, rich with our Pure Vanilla Extract—showcasing our commitment to the finest in hand-crafted extracts and flavorings.
- Root Beer Extract: Creamy. Nostalgic. Sweet. Use in homemade root beer, ice cream, popsicles, and even in cakes!
- Resealable amber glass jar for safe and convenient storage
- Gluten-free, non-GMO, Allergen Free, Vegan and Kosher
- Available in sizes from 4 oz. to 32 oz.
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 1.75 x 1.75 x 5 inches; 8.82 Ounces
- UPC : 036006014314
- Manufacturer : Cook Flavoring Co.
- ASIN : B004QQ7ZWU
- Best Sellers Rank: #66,136 in Grocery & Gourmet Food (See Top 100 in Grocery & Gourmet Food)
- #16,151 in Cooking & Baking Grocery Supplies
- Customer Reviews:
Glycerin, caramel color, vanilla extract, natural root beer extractives, and water.
Suggested Use: Excellent in cakes, ice cream, popsicles, and homemade root beer. Use a teaspoon or two of Cook's Root Beer Extract to boost the root beer flavor in your favorite recipes.
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Reviewed in the United States on May 9, 2022
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1) This doesn’t taste like root beer at all. You know what it does taste like? The exact kind of fake root beer flavoring you get in root beer barrel candies and in root beer snow balls. This was so disappointing, because like an idiot I ordered a big bottle instead of a smaller bottle to sample.
2) so I used the extract to make syrup, the exact same way I always make stop with zero problems, and within a week or so I noticed little floaters in my drink after pouring the syrup into my seltzer. I looked inside the bottle and these were just huge mold spores floating on the top of the syrup. I legitimately almost threw up. I almost served this to my kid!!
I don’t know what went wrong or if I got a bad batch or what, but Cook’s is not for me.
Maybe I got a bad bottle with spoiled ingredients. The taste was so bad I poured it down the drain, and I will never order it again. I will continue to use my Hires root beer extract.
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