Key Lime Flavor West Flavour Concentrate CLOSE TO OR PASSED BEST BEFORE DATES


Indulge in the captivating aroma, delightful scents, and exquisite taste of Key Lime Flavor. Just a few drops are enough to transform your favourite creations into a tropical paradise. Dive into a tropical experience by adding the zesty taste of key lime to pastries, jams, marinades, and an array of baked treats.

Please be aware that this flavour is highly concentrated, so it's advisable to shake it well before use to ensure a consistent taste profile.

Key Lime Water Soluble Flavoring is crafted with a blend of Natural and Artificial Flavoring, Ethanol, and Propylene Glycol, all in compliance with the rigorous standards of USP Kosher Grade Flavoring.

Please note that, as is common for flavouring products, refunds are not available for this item.

Additional Information:

  • Part Number: FW-KEY
  • Flavor/Aroma: Key Lime
  • Colour: Green
  • Storage Instructions: Preserve its quality by storing this flavouring in a cool, dry environment with a temperature range of 68°F to 77°F, shielded from direct sunlight.
  • Country Of Origin: USA
  • Density at 77°F: 9.02 lbs./gallon
  • Solubility: This flavouring is readily soluble in water, making it suitable for a variety of culinary applications, including pastries, jams, marinades, baked treats, and candy making.

Customer Reviews

Based on 5 reviews
Michelle Shirley

Brilliant with my cheesecake mix


Good and strong used under 10%.

Very special lime

It is a candy-like lime, without its natural acidity. Great usage in candy recipes and in recipes whereas there is a lot of acidity ( lemon mixes, tons of tpa sour-citric acid solutions) . also i could easily see it as accent note in a lime stone ( a mix of 2-3 limes whereas fw key lime is at 1-2%) in order to introduce a slight candy effect/ a more dimensional/vibrant lime flavour. Great results when mixed with fw fruit rings. If i should report a minus in this , i would state that because of its lack of acidity, it cant boost fruit like blueberries, raspberries, pineapples etc.. On the whole a HUGELY UNDERESTIMATED key lime with however limited usage( other limes/lemons are more versatile than this).a must for an at least intermediate diy mixer.