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post #226 of 240
I received my WB today. I am obviously the only one in the world that is not crazy over the flavor. In MHO it has a VERY STRONG almond flavor....I have always thought that almond flavor tastes like cherries....I DON"T LIKE CHERRIES! I would be afraid to use it in my icing for fear of there being someone else like me that didn't like it and then they would think all my cakes would be like that.
Well anyway, I have ordered a quart....guess I will have it for a long time!
post #227 of 240
afh0212, so sorry to hear that the WB flavor does not work for you in your icing. I am one who does not care much for almond, but I love Chinese Almond cookies icon_confused.gif crazy I know. I love Butavan flavoring in my white & yellow cake mixes, but not in my icing.

You might be able to do as I do with my family and friends....when I have a new flavoring. What I like they might not, what they like I might not. I will ask them would they like to taste it, and if so I will make cc's and ice them with icing in the new flavor. Some will love it some won't, guess it's all in the taste buds. Keep us posted if you try the flavoring with family & friends.

I got Sugarshacks DVD today and it is GREAT! She takes you step by step how to ice a cake in bc (no shortcuts), to get those sharp, crisp corners on square cakes and sharp edges on your round cakes. She also shows you how to get them smooth like she does. It is a wonderful DVD. Some people didn't know she had come out with a dvd, so heres a link to the thread about it, if you want to check it out.
http://www.cakecentral.com/modules.php?name=Forums&file=viewtopic&t=561142&postdays=0&postorder=asc&&start=0

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Sharon
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My grand babies are the fruits in my pie, the sugar in my candy, the sweetness in my cake, the flavor in my icing, the royal on my cookies, the decoration in my design and the oven in my life that melts my heart.
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post #228 of 240
how much should I plan on spending on this Wedding Bouquet flavoring??
post #229 of 240
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Originally Posted by afh0212

I received my WB today. I am obviously the only one in the world that is not crazy over the flavor. In MHO it has a VERY STRONG almond flavor....I have always thought that almond flavor tastes like cherries....I DON"T LIKE CHERRIES! I would be afraid to use it in my icing for fear of there being someone else like me that didn't like it and then they would think all my cakes would be like that.
Well anyway, I have ordered a quart....guess I will have it for a long time!




jusi asking, but did u taste it from the bottle or put it in BC? I do not suggest tasting it from the bottle; nothing like when it is made up. Plus, you can use as little as you like per batch of icing to get the strength/degree of flavor you want.

I just hate to see you have spent money on somthing you won't use, so I am just humbly suggesting things you can try and maybe you will like it after all. thumbs_up.gif

Sharon Zambito

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post #230 of 240
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Originally Posted by woodthi32

how much should I plan on spending on this Wedding Bouquet flavoring??



I think it about $10 for the smaller bottle and $25 for the quart.

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post #231 of 240
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Originally Posted by sugarshack

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Originally Posted by afh0212

I received my WB today. I am obviously the only one in the world that is not crazy over the flavor. In MHO it has a VERY STRONG almond flavor....I have always thought that almond flavor tastes like cherries....I DON"T LIKE CHERRIES! I would be afraid to use it in my icing for fear of there being someone else like me that didn't like it and then they would think all my cakes would be like that.
Well anyway, I have ordered a quart....guess I will have it for a long time!




jusi asking, but did u taste it from the bottle or put it in BC? I do not suggest tasting it from the bottle; nothing like when it is made up. Plus, you can use as little as you like per batch of icing to get the strength/degree of flavor you want.

I just hate to see you have spent money on somthing you won't use, so I am just humbly suggesting things you can try and maybe you will like it after all. thumbs_up.gif



sugarshack, thanks for the suggestions as I too hate to think I spent $33 on it and don't like it.
But, yes, I did use it in my buttercream and I didn't use much as I had took a big wiff of it in the bottle! ( I knew as soon as I smelled it that it was not going to be for me! But I tried it anyway just to make sure.

I am probably just wierd! icon_surprised.gif I just don't like that almond flavoring and it is very much almondy! If that is even a word!!! Thanks for the suggestions though!
post #232 of 240
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oh, I am so sorry you don't like it. I don't deny it has a strong almond taste; and that is not for everyone. Do you know another caker who might buy it from you?

Sharon Zambito

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post #233 of 240
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Originally Posted by afh0212

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Originally Posted by sugarshack

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Originally Posted by afh0212

I received my WB today. I am obviously the only one in the world that is not crazy over the flavor. In MHO it has a VERY STRONG almond flavor....I have always thought that almond flavor tastes like cherries....I DON"T LIKE CHERRIES! I would be afraid to use it in my icing for fear of there being someone else like me that didn't like it and then they would think all my cakes would be like that.
Well anyway, I have ordered a quart....guess I will have it for a long time!




jusi asking, but did u taste it from the bottle or put it in BC? I do not suggest tasting it from the bottle; nothing like when it is made up. Plus, you can use as little as you like per batch of icing to get the strength/degree of flavor you want.

I just hate to see you have spent money on somthing you won't use, so I am just humbly suggesting things you can try and maybe you will like it after all. thumbs_up.gif



sugarshack, thanks for the suggestions as I too hate to think I spent $33 on it and don't like it.
But, yes, I did use it in my buttercream and I didn't use much as I had took a big wiff of it in the bottle! ( I knew as soon as I smelled it that it was not going to be for me! But I tried it anyway just to make sure.

I am probably just wierd! icon_surprised.gif I just don't like that almond flavoring and it is very much almondy! If that is even a word!!! Thanks for the suggestions though!



Hey sweetie!! I'll buy it!! I love cherries and almonds. How much did she charge you with shipping. I'll just pay you thaticon_smile.gif I was going to buy some anyway..........
post #234 of 240
Oh My God ,I made my first cake with WB today .It smells sooooo good.Every one who stepped in my house today asked the first question what are you making.I haven't tasted the cake icon_sad.gif .I have yet to try it in butter cream.Funny thing is since I got my WB all the cakes I made were filled and covered with ganache.VERY ANNOYING.
Thank you sugarshack and Miss Sandra.
post #235 of 240
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Originally Posted by zubia

.Funny thing is since I got my WB all the cakes I made were filled and covered with ganache.VERY ANNOYING.
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HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA; FUNNY

Glad you like it! thumbs_up.gif

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post #236 of 240
I'm sorry if this question has been asked before, but does it need refrigeration?

I just ordered today and I'm looking forward to perking up my bland buttercream!
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post #237 of 240
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Originally Posted by crazy4sugar

I'm sorry if this question has been asked before, but does it need refrigeration?

I just ordered today and I'm looking forward to perking up my bland buttercream!



nope! thumbs_up.gif

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post #238 of 240
oh I am so stupid. icon_sad.gificon_sad.gif .I liked it so much ,and was very excited to do an other cake with WB that I forgot that I was making half the recipe of WASC and added 2 TBS of WB.It smelled really good again but now Iam worried it might be strong.And to top it off there was a caterer at the party who was very happy to know I do cakes . icon_cry.gificon_cry.gif ,I hope I have not blown that opportunity.
BUT it really is good ,just donot get over excited like me . icon_biggrin.gif
post #239 of 240
Thanks, Sharon! I'm very excited to try this .

I wonder if we should start a "How Do You Use Your Wedding Bouquet" article just like there is a chart for Cake Ball flavors? party.gif
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post #240 of 240
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