Aged, oaked, malted, effervescent, and even piney, as in the case of gin these are some of the flavor profiles of beers, wines and spirits that food and beverage formulators try to capture and apply to non-alcoholic products. Its a careful technique and one that may use the real booze, simply with the alcohol evaporated. [more...]
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