Asian flavours line

Bell Flavors and Fragrances has developed a line of Asian inspired flavours. The flavours of Southeast Asia have a variety of tastes including hot, spicy, tangy and sweet.

While the flavours of Asia have grown in popularity throughout the US this trend is far from being over. In fact, as the trend continues to grow consumers will be able to differentiate between different ethnicities such as Malaysian and Vietnamese flavors.

The flavours featured in Bell’s new line hail from a variety of countries including: China, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam.

“Our new Asian Flavor line can infuse intriguing flavor profiles into your latest product offerings,” says Bell’s executive chef, Chris Warsow. “They offer true profiles of authentic ingredients that consumers are craving in snacks, condiments and sauces.”

Some of the flavours that are showcased in Bell’s Asian Flavors line:

Green Tea – has a very green and earthy flavour. This flavour has endless applications and has been seen in ice cream, smoothies, baked goods, energy bars, chocolate and even lattes.

Gochujang – a Korean fermented condiment that has a slight heat from the red chilies and a savory note from the fermented soybeans. This flavour pairs perfectly with traditional Asian cooking as well as adding a twist to American favorites like barbeque chicken.

Thai Holy Basil – has a fresh, savory, sweet and green flavour with notes of liquorice.

Fish Sauce – originating from Vietnam this flavour has all the funk of umami that one would expect from a quality fermented fish sauce.

Coconut Milk – a subtly sweet and tropical flavour with a rich creamy mouthfeel. While coconut milk is used in various Indian cuisine from curries to sticky rice, Bell’s Coconut Milk flavour is perfect for adding depth and slight tropical notes to stews and soups and character to puddings and cakes.


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