Hmmm not ground ginger nor fresh root ginger , perhaps more like ginger ale ? Use as an accent in bakeries like a cobbler or crumble with fruit like rhubarb or peach . Or in a tea or cocktail to give it a bit of zing - about 0.2 to 0.5 % in a mix .
I got this concentrate to make the recipe Ardent (by Loonicorn), but what struck me immediately was the aroma from the bottle.
Flavorah mention that this is like a ginger syrup that is useful for making beverages etc, and that's what it reminded me of - a hot drink that I like from a cafe in Glastonbury.
It's not quite a straight ginger taste (like a ginger root for example), although it does that quite well, but it is more a very unique floral sort of ginger that is hard to describe until you've tried it for yourself.