Spring Water Flavoring Guide
Spring is right around the corner friends! The beginning of spring begins on Thursday, March 19th this year! Today we’ll be going over our Organic and Sugar-free Spring Water Flavors and how to use them. We get a lot of questions regarding how much flavoring and water is needed, citric acid usage, and sweeteners. We get it and we’re here for you! This will be your quick and simple guide on how to use our Spring Water Flavors.
We’ll slowly begin to incorporate more spring themed recipes, DIY’s, and how to’s. So make sure to let us know what you’d like to see in the comments below, we want to hear from you! Let’s begin!
What do I need to know?
Nature’s Flavors offers a wide variety of Spring Water Flavors, from passionfruit to apple to mango and many more! Like we’ve mentioned before, we get a ton of questions regarding our spring water flavors. One of the most common questions we get is “how much flavoring is needed to flavor my water?” Because everyone has different taste buds, the answer is never the same! However, we can give you common guidelines to begin with and you can make adjustments based on your preferences.
What do I need?
There are a few simple ingredients and tools that you’ll need to create the perfect spring flavored water.
Basic guidelines for flavoring water
We provide our customers a few basic guidelines when it comes to using our spring water flavors.
- 8 ounces of water
- ¼ teaspoon of citric acid
- 4-8 drops of water flavoring
- sweeten your water with your preferred sweetener
The Flavor Guy shares a few tips:
- When adding citric acid to your water, remember to taste for proper acidity,
- orange or apple = more acidic
- pear or banana = less acidic
- If your water smells strong or leaves a chemical-like taste in your mouth, you’ve over flavored your water! Reduce your quantities and try again!
Let’s wrap things up
We hope this guide on using our spring water flavors helps you out! Remember that our spring water flavorings are very concentrated so a little goes a long way. Start off small and build up as you go! Happy almost Spring!
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