I bought some Magic Line Butter Vanilla flavoring the other day because I know some people swear by it. I used it in my buttercream last night and I can't decide if I like the taste or not. It is a little chemically tasting, if you know what I mean. Anyway, the lady at the store said to use it in my batter for great tasting results, but I am gun shy. Anyone have any advice?
I love that flavor but... the one to buy is the emusion. Has a different taste all together. Of course emulsion is for baking (higher temps) but still taste good in the buttercream.
I use the flavor syrups you buy for coffee. (I use the Toran Brand) They have a large variety of flavors and taste awesome in the butter cream.
i didn't care for the Magic Line flavorings. I use the butter/vanilla emulsion from Loran. After trying a bunch of lines, i always go back to Loran.
I haven't used the Magic Line flavorings, because I tend to stick to Watkins flavorings. To me they don't taste chemically at all and they have so many different flavors. Our local Wal-Mart actually carries most of them so I don't have to take the time to order them online.
I have used Magic line for years....It built my business. Â Maybe you are putting in too much? Â It works in frostings, cakes and fondant. Â Make sure you shake the bottle vigorously....before adding it. Â
Never had a chemical taste...I am very sensitive to that.....that is why I make my own fondant. Â
The bottom line is, every one has a different taste.....so try some of the suggestions and see if you find what you are looking for.
Ive used it. Customers love it. I cant figure out whats so special about it. I loved the creme boquet. But whenever i used that i got a better result