katie11 Posted 7 Apr 2012 , 2:08pm
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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?

Katie

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auntginn Posted 7 Apr 2012 , 11:49pm
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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.

lorieleann Posted 9 Apr 2012 , 5:16pm
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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.

aggiechef Posted 9 Apr 2012 , 5:38pm
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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.

DesignerBaker Posted 25 Jun 2013 , 11:37pm
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I have used Magic line for years....It built my business.  Maybe you are putting in too much?  It works in frostings, cakes and fondant.  Make sure you shake the bottle vigorously....before adding it.  

Never had a chemical taste...I am very sensitive to that.....that is why I make my own fondant.  

 

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.

morganchampagne Posted 27 Jun 2013 , 4:13am
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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

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