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MSK has years of experience in flavour and has produced a range of over 500 different flavouring options, offering not only an extensive choice of flavour but coverage of the entire spectrum of application, from hot plate to pastry.
An alphabetical list of all our flavouring products, grouped by flavour.
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We have a range of flavouring systems to suit different applications. Click on the links to the right for the benefits of each system and the flavours available.
Degustation Fine Foods
A carefully curated selection of class-leading fine ingredients known for their exquisite taste
Bean 2 Bar
All the ingredients and equipment you need to create single origin artisan chocolate to your own flavour profile.
Everything you need to create beautiful, modern dishes.
Soft/elastic gels, heat-resistant firm gels, even hot gels!
Encapsulate flavours in jelly pearls and spheres.
Control the viscosity of your sauces and gels.
Create stable foams of different textures, hot or cold.
For luxuriously smooth texture and mouth-feel.
Tricks of the Trade
A range of products with unique properties.
Acids & Salts
Enhance flavours and prevent discolouration.
Easy to use, pre-mixed modern ingredients.
MSK's Virtual Kitchen Blog
Keep an eye on our blog for new recipes, tips and video demos to help you get the most out for our products.
Innovative recipe ideas using MSK ingredients to create the finishing touches.
Chef Video demonstrations showing you how to use our range of ingredients, tools and equipment.
Tips and training on everything from the art of flavouring to the perfect soufflé.
Our highly trained chefs will take you through the simple steps of molecular gastronomy, passing on expert tips, advice and practical techniques that you can use within your current recipes, and demonstrating cutting edge products that will stimulate new and innovative ideas.
We regularly offer the following courses:
A range of distinctive sugars, each with its own characteristic and function.
Corn syrup is a viscous sweet liquid which is created by processing cornstarch with acids or enzy...
Dextrose is less sweet than ordinary sugar and is slow to crystallise.
This feature makes the...
Fructose is also called fruit sugar. Fructose is found in fruits and honey. It is the sweetest of...
Glucose syrup is generally used in addition to sugar.
While preventing the recrystallization ...
Glycerine is used to stop the liquid in soft fillings from escaping into crisp crusts which would...
Invert sugar is created by heating sugar syrup with a small amount of acid. This process inverts ...
Isomalt is a type of sugar alcohol manufactured from sugar, which is primarily used for its sugar...
Maltose syrup is a traditional Chinese health food.
It is a natural sweetener made by malting...
Mannitol is a white, crystalline low calorie sweetener that looks and tastes sweet like sucrose. Whe...
Non-dissolving dusting sugar is predominantly made from glucose, corn flower and vegetable oil.
Panela is a non-refined raw sugar made from pure dehydrated cane juice which is a traditional prod...
Sorbitol is a sugar alcohol which has been extracted from fruit.
Sorbitol has a very low calo...
Very light textured foam
Capable of foaming alcohols
Can be served warm or cold
White Fondant Icing may be used as a filling or coating for pastries, sweets and traditional afte...
An unrefined raw sugar, made from the juice of the sugar cane. Buttery, with top notes of liquorice,...
Xylitol is a white crystalline substance that looks and tastes like sugar.
It is a naturally ...