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"There is still very much a place for flavored spirits in the rum category," Duncan says, "and we see areas that are growing.
Hamernik said, "instead of just having an orange or lemon flavored product, consumers are liking to see a named product such as Cara Cara Orange or Meyer Lemon.
To make an authentically flavored pho broth, begin with vegetable or mushroom stock and add black peppercorns, cinnamon sticks, whole cloves, coriander seeds, and fresh ginger as the broth simmers.
Additionally; some premium flavoring syrup manufacturers have added extensions, such as flavored tea mad coffee concentrates, chai, and liquid honey, to their product lines.
A review of internal tobacco industry documents published in the November/December 2005 issue of Health Affairs showed that the industry has long sought to target youth through new flavors, with one document stating that young people's interest in unusual flavors "may indicate new opportunities for enhanced-flavor tobacco products that could leverage [brand's] current strength among younger adult smokers." The authors write that flavored cigarettes can promote youth smoking initiation and help young occasional smokers become daily smokers by reducing or masking the unpleasant taste of tobacco smoke.
When stimulated with flavored liquids, the buds released ATP.
When stimulated with flavored solutions, the buds' cells released ATP.
It's aromatic, flavored with spices including cardamom and cinnamon, and using capsicums of all types so that it's getting hotter all of the time.
The chefs use these ingredients to create their own signature Appalachian flavored dishes.
* The ancient Chinese stumbled upon the first flavored teas by accident.