Top 5 Candy Flavoring Oils

Top 5 Candy Flavoring Oils

The right candy flavors can elevate your hard candies and sweet treats to a whole new level. Whether you want to take a sweet path with fruit or go in a savory direction with spices, we have options for everyone.

Our natural flavors are super-strength—up to 3x stronger than grocery store extracts. They can be used to make gummies, cakes, cookies, frostings and more!

Passion Fruit

This is an oil based flavor and is for use in candy making such as hard candy, chocolates and icings. It is not recommended for water based applications.

The passion fruit, or granadilla, grows on climbing vines and from the outside looks like a tiny lemon or plum. The seeds contain juicy yellow pulp.

This fruit is a good source of dietary fiber. Try adding it to cheesecakes or making a tropical cocktail with its juice.


Turn your confections into one-of-a-kind creations with this no color added peach super strength flavor. It’s 3 – 4 times stronger than a traditional alcohol-based extract, working just as well with far less product usage to save on ingredient costs.

Use in hard candy, general candy making, cakes, frostings, ice cream and a wide variety of other baking and confectionery applications. Also ideal for adding flavor to oil soluble chocolate coatings*. Gluten-free and certified Kosher Pareve by Star-K.

Blood Orange

A citrus variety that’s a cross between a tangelo and pomelo, blood oranges are rich in Vitamin C. They’re also high in antioxidants like Anthocyanin, which is credited with fighting off cancer and other diseases.

To bring a splash of color to your menu, try a Sicilian salad featuring thinly sliced fennel and arugula with blood oranges and extra-virgin olive oil or a simple dessert like a blood orange upside down cake. Be sure to zest the peel before consuming and remove any wax from the skin before slicing.


Cherry flavoring oil is a popular choice for baking. It is heat resistant, mixes well with high fat applications and adds subtle taste to sauces, dressings and ice creams.

Cherries are rich in nutrients that promote heart health, including potassium Candy Flavoring Oil and polyphenol antioxidants. In fact, one cup of pitted cherries provides 10% of your daily value for potassium, which is important to maintaining a healthy blood pressure. In addition, a 2019 study found that tart cherry consumption may reduce muscle soreness following exercise. (24)


Bananas are loaded with potassium, fibre and tryptophan – all of which help support your gut, heart and mood. They also provide a significant amount of Vitamin B6 which is easily absorbed.

The fibre in bananas helps to reduce bloating and stomach cramps in people with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD). Potassium can help regulate blood pressure and is important for heart function.

Cotton Candy

Cotton candy, also known as fairy floss or candy floss, is a popular sugary treat that is typically found at carnivals and fairs around the world. Its bright, sweet flavor is a surefire pick-me-up for anyone who enjoys it.

Cotton Candy is made with a variety of ingredients and color additives that are FDA approved. These are combined to produce the wide range of colors that we see today in cotton candy.

Once the cotton candy is ready, it is put into a moisture-proof bag and sealed. This process takes only a few minutes.


From zesty gingersnaps to savory stir fry dishes, a bit of this root spice is a welcome addition to just about any dish. It’s peppery with a hint of sweetness and a pungent aroma.

Ginger can also be found in ground form and in pickled, sliced or cubed Beverage Flavours ginger (also called gari). When selecting fresh ginger in the grocery store, look for pieces with smooth skin that feel heavy for their size.

Crystallized ginger is usually found in the baking section or near bulk supplies with nuts and seeds.

Orange Creamsicle

This citrus-flavored strain is a delight for the senses. It’s a sativa-dominant hybrid that provides a soothing, stress-relieving experience.

Featuring smooth vanilla citrus and zesty orange, this LorAnn Oils super strength flavor is 3 – 4 times stronger than traditional alcohol-based extracts. It’s ideal for refining hard candy, general baking and confectionery applications. A little goes a long way!


Peppermint Candy Flavoring Oil is a food grade flavoring that adds a minty taste to hard candy and general candy making. This oil is suitable for use in frosting, cookies, chocolates and fudges.

This flavoring is super-strength and is 3 to 4 times stronger than extracts, so if your recipe calls for 1 teaspoon of extract you’ll only need 1/4 to 1/2 teaspoon of this candy oil. It is also water soluble, so it works well in chocolates and coatings. Kosher certified and gluten free.


Blueberries are a low-calorie, fiber-rich fruit that contains vitamin K1 (phylloquinone), which helps with blood clotting and bone health. They are also a good source of vitamin C, and manganese.

Anthocyanins found in blueberries have been shown to improve insulin sensitivity, which may reduce the risk of developing type 2 diabetes, although more research is needed.

Whether used as a candy flavoring oil or an ingredient, these natural compounds have been shown to help minimize fine lines and wrinkles and increase skin moisture, brightness and evenness.

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