Chances are you have eaten something with cardamom and couldn't identify the flavor. Perhaps it was in a Scandinavian pastry or some other superb cake, such as German Stollen or a cookie such as pfeffernuesse . It is also a very popular ingredient in Indian and Pakistani cooking.
With such wide applications, this is one extract that should be in your pantry for sure. Try adding this extract to your pancake or waffle batter in lieu of vanilla extract. Cardamom is also a great syrup flavoring agent.
In the Middle East and North Africa, cardamom is a very popular flavor for coffee and tea. Add a teaspoon to a carafe of coffee or a quart of tea and see how it changes the flavor profile. Use an ounce or so in a gallon of ice cream base. Oh, and yes, try it in beer!
Our pure cardamom extract is colorless and will not discolor any of your pure white frostings.
This extract is sugar and gluten-free. Ingredients: Alcohol, water and cardamom oil.