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post #16 of 20

Where do I get the  creme bouquet?  On line or in a store and what store?

post #17 of 20

Magic Line is the most popular cream bouquet. Have used it for years in icing and cake batter. I have to order it or get it at ices convention each year. It is really better than ck cream bouquet. I think most suppliers sell it. You might can just google Magic Line Products. and or Globalsugarart.com . hth I started using it after so many decorators talked about Magic Line cream bouquet.

post #18 of 20

I have the Magic Line creme bouquet but I just don't like it. I find it too citrusy for me. I used it twice. Poor bottle is just on my shelf.

post #19 of 20

I have a CK one, NASTY! Never tried magic line, I am steering clear of all of them, from here on out!

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post #20 of 20

The bakery I worked for only used CK's cream bouquet and that's the one I use.  I only use a 1/4 tsp in my batter it's that strong.  Any more than that and it does taste nasty--it's very potent.  A bottle lasts forever for me.  When I use it in Betty Crocker's  french vanilla cake mix, the cake (to me) has the flavor of a vanilla wafer. 
 

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