December 1, 2009
INDIANAPOLISSensient Flavors released its top 10 beverage flavor profile predictions for 2010, which encompass flavors inspired from multiple macro trends including Health & Wellness, Sensorial Experiences and Personalization.
The top 10 beverage flavor trends include:
Baobabnative to Africa and high in antioxidants and vitamin C, the baobab fruit offers a tart lemony profile.
Cajanative to Brazil, the caja fruit offers a tropical citrus profile and has a high carotenoid content.
Cape Gooseberrynative to South America, the cape gooseberry has a uniquely sweet and tangy taste.
Elderflowerfound throughout warmer parts of Europe and North America, elderflower offers a lightly sweet flavor.
Kumquatoriginating in China, kumquat offers a plethora of tastes from sweet to sour to salty.
Lulonative to South America, the lulo offers a distinctly different citrus taste.
Maquifound in South America, the maqui is expected to be a next generation superfruit due its high antioxidant content.
Marulaindigenous to Southern Africa, the marula has a high level of vitamin C with a juicy and tart flavor.
Mora Berryfound in Colombia, the mora berry offers a sweet and tart flavor similar to that of raspberry and blackberry.
Umbunative to Brazil, the umbu offers a sweetly aromatic flavor.
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