Discover our caramel flavour
Caramel is a confectionery obtained simply by melting sugar. To create a creamy caramel sauce, you just need to add butter, ideally salty butter, or crème fraiche. Commonly used in bakery and confectionery, caramel can also be added to an iced coffee, a liqueur or a coating sweet and savoury sauce.
Difference between caramel, toffee & butterscotch
Ultimately, all three are made using sugar and butter. Plain caramel is typically made with white granulated sugar. Once the sugar has dissolved, other ingredients such as butter, cream or vanilla flavour can be added to create a decadent sauce.
While butterscotch is also cooked sugar, it is made by using brown sugar instead of white sugar. In the traditional recipe, butter is melted with the brown sugar from the start.
Toffee is also made from sugar and butter but cooked longer than regular caramel. In his hardened state, toffee is often topped with other indulgent ingredients such as grated coconut and chocolate chips, then broken in several pieces.
How to use our caramel flavour
With its milky, vanilla & buttery profile, our natural flavour will blend in perfectly with all sorts of sweet and savoury preparations.
Caramel flavour pairings :
Specifications*: natural flavour; water-soluble
*For more specific information, please refer to the technical data sheet.