Chestnut Flavor
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Chestnut Flavor

Product Name:Chestnut flavor
Alias: Chestnut essence
Main use: Edible flavor

Chestnut flavor application

It can increase the chestnut aroma of food, and can be used as a flavoring agent, modifier, fixative, and improver for food. Suitable for biscuits, candies, cereals, pastries, bread, cold drinks, jellies, milkshakes, roasted seeds and nuts, etc.

How to use chestnut flavor

Add directly to the product for use.

Chestnut flavor storage condition

This product should be stored in a cool, dry and ventilated warehouse to avoid miscellaneous air pollution and away from fire sources.

Chestnut flavor raw materials introduction

Chestnut is a plant belonging to the genus Castanea of Fagaceae, which is widely distributed in China, except for a few provinces and regions such as Qinghai, Ningxia, Xinjiang and Hainan. It ends in the suburbs of Guangzhou in Guangdong, Pingguo County in Guangxi, and in southeast Yunnan, it crosses the river mouth to the south to the Shaba area in Vietnam. It is often cultivated in low mountains and hills, gentle slopes and river beaches with an altitude of 100-2500 meters.

Chestnut wood has straight texture, rough structure, hardness, water resistance, and is of high quality; Shell and bark are rich in gallic tannins; Leaves can be used as silkworm feed; It can be used for medicine, including root or root bark, leaf, involucre, flower or inflorescence, exocarp, endocarp and seed kernel; Chestnut has strong adsorption capacity, can effectively absorb harmful gases and play a role in protecting the environment.

Chestnut seeds have thick kernels, good taste and rich nutrition, and are the most popular dried fruit on the market in autumn and winter. It is good for eating raw, frying, grinding, making steamed buns, brewing wine, and making vinegar. It can also be used as a dish, and it tastes delicious. Farmers in mountainous areas of China often use it as a substitute for grain.