Melon flavor is actively used in the food industry. It has a liquid form. It is a flavor identical to natural. This flavor contains natural, artificial components, as well as triacetin — an ester of glycerol alcohol and acetic acid.
The smell of the melon flavor is distinguished from the aroma of a real melon almost unreal. It is a juicy, rich and sweet aroma. Add this flavor to ice cream, which is based on milk and fruits, as well as soufflé, sweets and more. In addition, the flavor of melon is used in the production of bakery and confectionery products. This flavor is also introduced into drinks, mainly for non-alcoholic, dairy and juice-containing beverages.
One of the characteristics of the melon flavor is resistance to high temperatures, up to 130 degrees above zero. Recommended for storing this flavor is a temperature range of 10 — 25 degrees. The humidity should not be more than 75 percent. Shelf life, as a rule, is one year. It begins with the moment of making the melon flavor.