Wedding Bouquet Emulsion.wowwwwwww

Decorating By foots2 Updated 19 Oct 2007 , 3:04am by superstar

foots2 Posted 8 Oct 2007 , 1:30am
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Let me tell you...................I made the White Almond Sour craem cake and I used 2 tsp of the wedding bouquet as flavoring.. husband, who is the worlds most pickiest,opinionated,critical food ctitic absolutely loved it. He said no cakes I have ever made tasted bad, but this was the best cake he has ever had,,,,,ever. I almost fell off the couch. I have made at least 10 different cake flavors so far and he absolutely without a doubt only wants me to make this cake for him.So now I have to buy the emulsion in the quart size. Thank you all for posting the praises of this flavor. It really is excellent. Im not a food conniseur but this was excellent.Well worth the money!

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eieio1234 Posted 8 Oct 2007 , 1:33am
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I called to order it, but I still have my printout on the counter with the address to mail payment and I kept forgetting.... this is a good reminder to get it done this week!

bearcreek350 Posted 8 Oct 2007 , 1:34am
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Foots2, where are you ordering it from? Address or phone number. Seems I saw it at one time on here, but who knows where!

susies1955 Posted 8 Oct 2007 , 9:08am
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In the very first post of this thread you will see the mailing address to get the Wedding Bouquet and phone number to call the gal.
I bought the biggest bottle and I'm "SO" very glad I did. It is awesome just like Ginny said. icon_smile.gif

dragonflydreams Posted 8 Oct 2007 , 9:20am
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thumbs_up.gif thanx for sharing this info . . . I will definitely have to give it a go icon_biggrin.gif

vickymacd Posted 8 Oct 2007 , 10:17am
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At the risk of sounding 'late' and 'dumb' since I'm not a professional baker.....what does it TASTE like? My first thought of the name makes it sound like FLOWERS! Is it a really good vanilla? Almond? What?

Sionann Posted 8 Oct 2007 , 10:26am
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Sounds wonderful. What is the cost? Being the poor beginner baker that I am I would like to know before I call. icon_rolleyes.gif

scgriffiths Posted 8 Oct 2007 , 10:39am
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Ginny, did you substitue the vanilla or almond essence for the wb, or add it as extra???

susies1955 Posted 8 Oct 2007 , 10:46am
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I'm sorry but I can't describe it. I do know to tell you do NOT taste it straight from the bottle. YUCK! You don't have to put it in the fridge and it is awesome tasting in buttercream. I've had several ask me what was in the icing as it was SO YUMMY!
I read through the whole thread about it for you and the gal who told us about it said this:


"I cannot describe the taste except delish.LOL
it has a combo of almond, vanilla, butter and other secret yummies."

another said:


I would say more almondy with a hint of lemony amaretto if you can imagine that!

There is an ingredient label that starts out by listing Oil of lemon and then it says "other essential oils" along with the rest of the ingredients. I will PM it to you if you like. I think the "other essential oils" is her secret.

Here is another posters view:


"I would say the Wedding Bouquet is a lot like Creme Bouquet except instead of being a Lemon-Vanilla like Creme Bouquet is the WB is more a Lemon-Almond. It is heavy on the almond. Butavan is much different than CB or WB IMO."

Hope this helps a little,

susies1955 Posted 8 Oct 2007 , 10:56am
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Originally Posted by Sionann

Sounds wonderful. What is the cost? Being the poor beginner baker that I am I would like to know before I call. icon_rolleyes.gif

8 oz = $7.00
quart = $24.00
When I ordered back in August the shipping had just gone up. I paid $10 to have it shipped her to northern NY. I got the huge one so it was $34 total. It is worth every cent in my opinion. I don't recall what the shipping for the 8 oz size was going to be. When you consider what the price of a tiny 2 oz flavor in the store is this is a great price. icon_smile.gif

vickymacd Posted 8 Oct 2007 , 11:11am
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Thanks Suzie!
Think I'll give her a call today for shipping info. It sounds so good!

Sionann Posted 8 Oct 2007 , 10:50pm
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Thanks so much Susie. That's a great price. You are absolutely right with the comparison to how much you pay for the 2 oz size. I'm going to order some asap. thumbs_up.gif

susies1955 Posted 8 Oct 2007 , 11:22pm
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You're both welcome. icon_smile.gif

bearcreek350 Posted 9 Oct 2007 , 2:14am
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Thanks for posting the thread Susie. I remember it now! I wrote her info down and I think I will try a small bottle. I am very curious!

arosstx Posted 9 Oct 2007 , 2:30am
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It sounds like it might be very similiar to Princess Cake Flavor, which is citrus-y like Creme Bouquet, but has a touch of almond or nuttiness to it.

I get the quart of Princess Cake Flavor at National Flavors for under $5.

debster Posted 9 Oct 2007 , 2:34am
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Now do you add this stuff with the vanilla and butter flavoring also? Thanks

marybible Posted 10 Oct 2007 , 1:51pm
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I don't know about the wedding bouquet but in my butter cream, I add the butter flavor, vanilla, and just a touch of cream bouquet. It tastes great. I am very excited about the princess cake flavor and the wedding bouquet. Im gonna see if my local cake supply has it. That is where I got the cream bouquet. thanks for all the info on here.

yh9080 Posted 18 Oct 2007 , 10:08pm
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Sioann, I live near you and I think I paid $15 for an 8oz bottle (that included shipping).

arosstx Posted 18 Oct 2007 , 10:12pm
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You can get a QUART of Princess Cake flavor for a little over $4, and the Cream Bouquet is a little over $6 for one QUART. Their shipping is timely and not expensive. I had 3 quarts shipped from Michigan (or some way northern state close to it) to Texas for around six bucks.

Lenore Posted 18 Oct 2007 , 10:38pm
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I do not think the wedding bouquet tastes at all like the princess cake flavor. I find that the wedding bouquet flavor is unique from, princess, butavan and creme bouquet. If you like almond you will certainly like the wedding bouquet. I use the wedding bouquet in place of other flavors. It is a mixture of flavors in itself and I do not think you want to mess with it by adding others. But if you really want to experiment who's to stop you. Just wanted to add my opinion as I love this stuff myself.

sugarshack Posted 18 Oct 2007 , 11:00pm
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I only got one thing to say:



CakeDiva73 Posted 18 Oct 2007 , 11:03pm
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I don't understand, is the Wedding Bouquet different from the Creme Bouquet?

Lenore Posted 19 Oct 2007 , 1:38am
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Yes they are different products, each with their own unique flavor.

superstar Posted 19 Oct 2007 , 3:04am
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Sharon, you are priceless, a real fun person. I forgot all about the wedding bouquet, now that my memory has been jogged I will order it.

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