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Eggnog Brandy Compound

$ 40.83


  • Amoretti Item #3079
  • Natural Flavors
  • No high fructose corn syrup
  • Shelf stable, even after opening
  • More concentrated than competitive brands
  • Certified Kosher

Eggnog and brandy are a fantastic holiday (or just cold weather) mix. Put them together and you get the sweetness of eggnog, a kick from the brandy, and a bit of spiciness from both. Our Eggnog Brandy Compound brings that wonderful mix right to your fingertips, so you can use it in a variety of dishes!

With over 200 flavors to choose from, you’re sure to find something you love! Compounds are ideal for a variety of applications including cake, muffin, and scone batter, mousses, buttercreams, pies, cheesecakes, alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverage, liqueur, beer, and wine. Bake-proof and freeze-thaw-stable, they’re perfect for everything from baked goods to frozen treats.

Compounds aren’t just versatile, but economical as well. With typical use levels of 3-5%, simply substitute by weight using our calculations, and voila! The guess work is done for you, so you can focus on making amazing dishes! A deliciously concentrated type of flavor, they’re shelf-stable at room temperature so they will last a long time without flavor deterioration.

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* To order, please contact us at 1-800-Amoretti (266-7388)

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Customer Reviews

Based on 2 reviews
Best flavoring we've ever used

We made an Eggnog Brandy Bundt Cake for and just used 2 tablespoons total for both the cake and drizzle icing. It was plenty. So flavorful and economical. We love this product.

Egg Nog Brandy Compound

It was good, but not great. To my palate it tasted a little bit heady in notes. I will be using it in a praline for chocolates, so I will try to lose some of the "glycol"/alcohol taste, and soften it up a bit.

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