NATURAL FLAVOR Coffee - Pastry
NATURAL FLAVOR Coffee - Pastry
NATURAL FLAVOR Coffee - Pastry
NATURAL FLAVOR Coffee - Pastry
NATURAL FLAVOR Coffee - Pastry
NATURAL FLAVOR Coffee - Pastry
NATURAL FLAVOR Coffee - Pastry
NATURAL FLAVOR Coffee - Pastry
NATURAL FLAVOR Coffee - Pastry
NATURAL FLAVOR Coffee - Pastry

NATURAL FLAVOR Coffee - Pastry

Natural coffee flavor or coffee aromatic extract  is made with coffee beans from Colombia in France. The coffee is roasted so that the bean develops its unique flavors  to yield a gourmet coffee extract with the characteristic flavor of a premium coffee.

The natural aromatic extract of Coffee, 100% natural,  is used in the preparation of pastries, ice creams and yogurts. 

  • Main Notes:  Characteristic of Arabica coffee with a slight hint of cocoa
  • Aromatic:  The warm and intense flavor of coffee with a long note on the palate
  • Use: Drink and savory and sweet recipes

Buy the best selection of the best liquid coffee extract for baking. Make coffee extract recipes at home at the best price with coffee extract from our Comptoir. 

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€3.95

 

NATURAL PASTRY COFFEE FLAVOR - PASTRY COFFEE EXTRACT

Discover the essence of creative pastry with our Natural Coffee Flavor , an invitation to a sensory journey into the heart of your desserts. Le Comptoir de Toamasina opens the doors to a world where the quality and finesse of the aromas transform each creation into a work of art. 

Enhance your pastries  with the most refined coffee extract, carefully selected for chefs and lovers of authentic flavors. Our online store, an expert in natural food flavors, is the ideal place to acquire this exceptional coffee extract, perfect for your creams, ice creams, and mousses. And for DIY enthusiasts, we are revealing our exclusive recipe for homemade coffee extract, so that the excellence of Comptoir de Toamasina is always within reach.

Natural coffee flavor is more than an ingredient, it is a passport to culinary innovation. Each note, whether emanating from a Rubio coffee or an Amarelho Bourbon, both elite Arabicas, is a promise of distinct and memorable flavors.

For those who cherish the superior quality of our Madagascar vanilla and our precious world vanilla beans, our coffee extract is a revelation. It is the secret ingredient that will transform your pastries into taste masterpieces.

Our baking coffee extract, made from the finest Colombian Arabica beans, is a concentrate of purity. Diluted with precision, it becomes the quintessence of coffee aroma, ready to enrich cakes, cookies, ice creams, and even to delicately flavor sauces and marinades.

Opting for our coffee extract for baking means choosing mastery of flavors. You control the intensity of each note, ensuring consistency in quality and taste, despite the natural variations of the beans from one year to the next.

Enrich your gastronomic palette with our rose water, our liquid vanilla extract, and our tonka bean. And follow in the footsteps of Arnaud, our expert, who perfects himself every year in the art of coffee in Minas Gerais, to offer you the best of Brazil, like our exclusive black pepper.

Le Comptoir de Toamasina is the assurance of an unrivaled culinary experience, where each ingredient tells a story, that of a passion for excellence and authenticity.

HOW TO USE COFFEE EXTRACT IN BAKING?

Baking coffee extract, a key ingredient for gourmands and professionals, enriches your sweet creations with deep, complex flavor . Here's how to master it for stunning culinary results.   

  • Select a high-quality Arabica coffee extract  : The quality of the extract is paramount in capturing the essence of the coffee. Choose an extract from Arabica beans for a richer and more nuanced flavor, unlike Robusta, which is less aromatic.
  • Precise dosage for perfect flavor  : The coffee extract is highly concentrated. A tablespoon is generally enough to flavor 400ml of dough or cream. Adjust the quantity according to the desired intensity and taste regularly to achieve the perfect balance.
  • Integrate the extract into your recipes  : Add coffee extract to dough, cream, or icing for a subtle touch. For desserts, sauces, ice creams, or drinks, the extract offers a touch of originality. A coffee syrup, obtained by boiling the extract with sugar, can be used to soak your cakes or enrich your icings.
  • Harmonize Flavors  : Make sure the coffee extract complements the other ingredients without overpowering them. With chocolate frosting, moderate the use of extract so as not to overshadow the cocoa flavor. Likewise, with fresh fruit, be careful not to mask their natural taste.

Baking Coffee Extract is an easy way to add a flavor dimension to your desserts. Choose a quality extract, dose it wisely, and combine it harmoniously with your other ingredients for a pastry that will delight the palate.

HOW TO KEEP COFFEE FOOD FLAVORING AT HOME

Retaining the food aroma of coffee is important if you want to maintain the freshness and flavor of your favorite coffee extract. Caffeine and other components of coffee can quickly lose their flavor and intensity, especially if the coffee is not stored properly. The recommendations are valid for vanilla, coffee extract, pepper and coffee. Here are some tips for storing your coffee beans at home:

  • Buy fresh coffee beans: It is important to buy fresh coffee beans to ensure the quality and flavor of your coffee. Roasted coffee beans have a limited shelf life, so it's best to buy them in small quantities to use them quickly. Coffee beans that have been roasted recently have a more intense flavor and higher caffeine content than beans that have been roasted for a long time. Always check when your coffee was roasted. 
  • Store coffee in an airtight container: It is important to store coffee in an airtight container to prevent air, light and humidity from altering its flavor. A glass or stainless steel container is an ideal choice for storing coffee. Make sure the lid is tightly closed to prevent air and light from getting inside. Here, you must do the same for your coffee extract that you purchased at Comptoir de Toamasina, always keep the coffee extract in its jar and closed after each use.
  • Keep coffee away from light and heat: Light and heat can affect the flavor and quality of coffee. It is therefore important to store it in a dark, cool place, such as a cupboard or wardrobe. Avoid storing it next to the stove or in direct sunlight, as the heat can break down the coffee components. You must use the same technique to preserve your Comptoir de Toamasina coffee extract optimally. 
  • Store coffee separately from other ingredients: It is important not to store coffee near other ingredients that can influence its flavor, such as spices, herbs, dried fruits, nuts and dairy products. The smells and flavors of these ingredients can transfer to the coffee and alter its flavor. Same advice for coffee extract, close the bottle and you can put it in a cupboard away from other spices. 
  • Use the coffee quickly after opening it: If you open a packet of coffee, it is important to use it quickly to prevent its flavor from spoiling. Coffee is at its best when used within 3-4 months of roasting date. Beyond this period, the flavor and quality of the coffee may begin to decline. We recommend the same for our coffee extract. 

By following these tips you will simply store your coffee extract from Comptoir de Toamasina in the best possible way, the French specialist in the world of pastry. 

RECIPES WITH NATURAL COFFEE FLAVOR FOR PASTRY WITH CHEF ARNAUD FROM APOGÉE BAR

Arnaud, the creator of Comptoir de Toamasina, offers you 5 recipes to make with coffee extract. Discover the recipes on our blog. Here, the coffee extract helps increase the aromatic power of the recipe:

  1. Classic Coffee Tiramisu

    • Mix egg yolks with sugar until white.
    • Gently incorporate mascarpone and a hint of coffee flavoring.
    • Dip cookies with a spoon into a mixture of strong coffee and coffee flavoring.
    • Alternate layers of biscuits and mascarpone cream in a dish.
    • Refrigerate for a few hours before sprinkling with cocoa powder.
  2. Coffee Crème Brûlée

    • Prepare a custard by infusing coffee flavoring with cream and egg yolks.
    • Pour into ramekins and cook in a bain-marie in the oven.
    • Leave to cool, then sprinkle with sugar and caramelize using a blowtorch.
  3. Chocolate-Coffee Macarons

    • Prepare classic macaron shells.
    • For the ganache, melt chocolate and mix with cream and a little coffee flavoring.
    • Garnish a macaron shell with the ganache and assemble with another shell.
  4. Chocolate and Coffee Mousse

    • Melt dark chocolate.
    • Beat egg whites until stiff and incorporate them into the melted chocolate with a touch of coffee flavoring.
    • Divide into bowls and leave to set in the refrigerator.
  5. Opera Cake at the Café

    • Prepare a chocolate sponge cake and soak it in a coffee-flavored syrup.
    • Alternate the layers of sponge cake with a lightly coffee-flavored buttercream and a chocolate ganache.
    • Frost the top with melted chocolate and decorate according to your inspiration.

HOW TO MAKE COFFEE EXTRACT AT HOME LIKE A CHEF

If you are a coffee lover and looking to add a touch of flavor to your homemade pastries and you no longer have coffee extract from Comptoir de Toamasina find out how to make homemade coffee extract.

Making your own coffee extract is not only economical, but it also allows you to control the quality and flavor of the final product. And best of all, it’s easy to do!

Follow this simple step-by-step recipe to make a magical and tasty homemade coffee extract. 

Ingredients for 1 bottle of 200ml: 

  • 100 g of Arabica soluble coffee
  • 80 ml of water
  • 20 g of sugar

Preparation :

  • Pour the instant coffee with the sugar into a container
  • Mix it all together 
  • boil 80ml of water
  • Then add this water to your sugar and soluble coffee mixture and stir until you obtain the consistency you want.

To make it with real coffee, you will simply make two 80ml espressos or 2x40ml. You will put 30g of sugar and put everything in a pan with a pinch of agar agar and stop the heat when you have the consistency of coffee extract you want. 

Incorporate it immediately into the preparation based on soluble coffee and sugar

Stir to melt the instant coffee and sugar

Pour the coffee extract obtained into a closed glass jar

Store in the refrigerator

Homemade coffee extract for baking is ready!

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