Natural Food Flavouring Extracts

natural-food-flavouringWe are really pleased to be be now stocking a full range of over 36 different natural food flavourings by Beau Product, now available from our Sugarbliss cake Decorating shop, Solihull, Birmingham.

 

Our new range of Beau Products natural food flavouring our ideal for for flavouring birthday cakes, wedding cakes, icing, ice cream and desserts. These concentrated natural food flavourings allow you to simply add flavouring to sugarpaste without changing the texture of the icing you are using.

 

Choose from strawberry, banana, white chocolate, elderflower to rum, butterscotch, coconut, and lime, just to name a few! to add delicious flavour to your special celebration cakje, wedding cake or desert.

 

Our range of food flavourings can be added to your cakes and icings, and are highly specialised, concentrated flavourings which can be added to a variety of cakes, desserts and have been developed for a bake safe consistent flavour. Many of our flavourings are suitable for vegetarians and vegans and are certified Kosher – most are also Halal but a few contain naturally occurring alcohol (from fruit sugars).

 

Ideal for flavouring Craft Bakery, Yoghurts, Frozen Desserts, Ice Cream and sorbets, Icing, Jellies and Fondants.

Wedding Cakes Dunchurch Park Hotel

wedding-cakes-coventryWedding Cakes Dunchurch Park Hotel

 

We often write about the many beautiful wedding venues we have the pleasure delivering our wedding cakes to. Dunchurch Park Hotel is at the top of one of our best wedding cake venues in 2018.

 

Our 5 tier bespoke wedding cake design looked absolutely stunning placed in the great reception hall. Our wedding cake was created with a different cake flavour for each tier and colours to match the bride and grooms colour scheme.

 

Dunchurch Park is steeped in history and is an outstanding centre piece of a major estate designed by Gilbert Fraser with his long time collaborator, Thomas Mawson the celebrated Edwardian architect. Dunchurch Park remains today one of their most complete surviving ensembles and was Grade II* listed in 2001.