Coloring is achieved through the dispersion
of the coloured particles in the food.
Aluminum-based insoluble food colours are used to colour oil-based products, such as chocolate, buttercream, and candy and pastry coatings. It is perfect to limit colour bleeding when several colours are side by side.
- Ideal for fatty substances, such as chocolate
- Less aggressive colouring than the water-soluble variety
- Colouring through dispersion to limit bleeding
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I bought these powders to colour chocolate for Easter. The blue didn’t disperse the way I was hoping, maybe I should have added more. I did use it with candy melts and it was great. Colour was very vibrant.
Gives great colour! The only thing I don’t like is that I have to constantly mix to get the little bits of powder absorbed into the chocolate.
This product mixes soo well, does not change the flavour and can be manipulated to to the exact colour you need. It can be subtle or bold. I will definitely be adding more colours to my collection!