Flavor Hybridization

Brands are turning to solid edibles for flavor inspiration

Implications - Brands, particularly those in the beverage industry, are turning to seemingly unrelated food sources for flavoring inspiration. This not only reflects a more experimental consumer base, but one that also views food and beverage as more intertwined when it comes to flavor.
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Breakfast Maple Whiskies - The Knob Creek 'Smoked Maple' Whiskey is an Evening Delight
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Untested 3,200 Clicks Pub: Sep 22, 13
Breakfast Maple Whiskies
The Knob Creek 'Smoked Maple' Whiskey is an Evening Delight
Breakfast enthusiasts and whisky lovers will be delighted to learn about the Knob Creek Smoked Maple Bourbon. This whiskey borrows from our favorite breakfast and maple dishes and transfers them... [More]
Tongue-Blazing Alcohol Flavors - Give Your Drink a Touch of Zest with This Spicy Jalapeno Tequila
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Untested 3,218 Clicks Pub: Sep 11, 13
Tongue-Blazing Alcohol Flavors
Give Your Drink a Touch of Zest with This Spicy Jalapeno Tequila
If you’re looking for a way to add an extra kick to your pre-drink festivities, mix your drinks with jalapeno tequila. While tequila is already a favorite alcohol choice for people looking for a... [More]
Spicy Caramel Beers - The 'Kentucky Ryed Chiquen' is Not What You Think it is
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Untested 1,473 Clicks Pub: Sep 20, 13
Spicy Caramel Beers
The 'Kentucky Ryed Chiquen' is Not What You Think it is
Beer enthusiasts may have already heard of the new ale gaining popularity in Louisville: the ‘Kentucky Ryed Chiquen.’ This very clever play on words does not actually contain any chicken... [More]
Alcoholic Maple Drinks - Tree Spirits Knotted Maple Will Perk Up Your Pancakes in the Morning
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Untested 2,023 Clicks Pub: Feb 4, 11
Alcoholic Maple Drinks
Tree Spirits Knotted Maple Will Perk Up Your Pancakes in the Morning
Tree Spirits Knotted Maple is probably the world's first store-sold maple syrup brandy. Bruce Olson and Steve Buchsbaum are the masterminds behind this spirited maple treat. The two of them originally… [More]
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