LIQUID VS. DRY BEVERAGE FLAVORS: WHICH IS RIGHT FOR YOU?
The first thing to consider when choosing between dry and liquid flavoring is, of course, the efforts and resources required to produce them. ;
Dry beverage flavors are most commonly produced by dry spraying, in which a mix of the desired flavor, water, and a carrier are atomized into hot air. At that point, the mixture cools quickly, trapping the desired flavors into their final powdered form. ;
Liquid flavors are a little more straightforward: you mix your desired flavors with your preferred carrier (and this varies depending on whether you are looking to produce water-soluble flavors, alcohol extracts, fruit flavors, etc.) instead of going through the dry spraying process. ;
Ultimately, liquid flavors are a simpler process, as dry spraying involves more steps and equipment. ;
ELEMENTS OF A CANDLE: FRAGRANCE
The addition of fragrance to a candle formulation is a common practice in the United States. In fact, an estimated 75 to 80 percent of candles sold in the U.S. are scented. Candle fragrance manufacturers work closely with fragrance companies to develop candle fragrances that are not only pleasing but will burn safely and properly.