Friday, February 23, 2018

Aftelier Perfumes Fresh Ginger Chef's Essence Spray | Review

Press Sample (Unaffiliated Links)

You already know of my unmitigated devotion to Mandy Aftel's otherworldly handcrafted face oils and perfumes, but you may not be aware that I am similarly in love with her Chef's Essence Spray. In fact, Aftelier Perfumes Fresh Ginger Chef's Essence Spray is one of the few things that gave me comfort and a sense of well-being when I was so sick with that nasty flu that has been going around this winter.

Mandy's Chef's Essences, which are used by the world's leading chefs, can be spritzed on salads, soups, chocolate bars, and dishes (including take-out) that you wish to enhance, and can also be spritzed in tea. The possibilities on how to use this culinary masterpiece are only limited by your imagination! One of my favorite uses for this gastronomical delight is to add about three sprays, which is equal to about one drop of oil, to my tea– and it beautifully enhances the flavor and is very comforting.
According to Aftelier Perfumes,

Ditch your dried out spices for delicious Chef's Essence Sprays! These concentrated flavors have the upper hand on spices and herbs; they outlive their traditional pantry counterparts and deliver a cleaner flavor. Use these flavors to boost the intensity of ingredients like powdered ginger or fresh basil; substitute them for out-of-season herbs or unavailable spices; or think like a chef and layer other seasonings or Chef’s Essence Sprays together to create amazing new flavor combinations.

Chef’s Essence Sprays come in a limited selection of our most popular flavors, from the same extraordinary ingredients as the concentrated Chef’s Essences. The sprays are diffused in organic grain alcohol, so there are no drops to measure, and the depth of flavor is easy to control. Simple to use, each 30 ml bottle provides around 230 sprays. The Chef's Essence Sprays are ideal for creating a cocktail or finishing a dish. A spray or two is delicious in salads, on vegetables or takeout food, for flavoring tea, and especially for mixed drinks -- really on anything, even chocolate bars!
Overall Assessment: I simply cannot sufficiently express the extent to which I love this delectable Chef's Essence, and I highly recommend it!

$22.00 for 30ml. from Aftelier Perfumes (Unaffiliated Links).
Press Sample. All views expressed are categorically my own.
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16 comments:

  1. This is so interesting!!! I love the sound of the cinnamon and saffron ones - this sounds like such an easy way to add a little lift to anything.

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    1. It is an amazing addition to my kitchen pantry! I want to try the cinnamon and saffron ones as well! Mandy's Essences can be used in so many ways, and they work wonders in their ability to enhance flavors!

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  2. Oh I would love this in my morning tea! You always find the most unique things!

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    1. It is amazing spritzed in tea! Thanks, Cindy!

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  3. Ohmigoodness, this post completely surprised me! I was expecting a ginger scent! How cool that Aftelier is making culinary oils. I have never tried anything like it but sounds like a great way to get more concentrated and authentic flavor

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    1. Mandy's Chef's Essences are AMAZING, and they are coveted and used by many of the most celebrated chefs! You are quite right, this is a great way to get concentrated, authentic flavor in dishes and beverages of all sorts! I highly recommend trying this!

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  4. They sound so fun to use! I would definitely use something like that in my tea, on desserts, etc... Now I'm curious to see what other flavors they have.

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    1. I really enjoy using it a tremendous amount! It makes my tea taste even better!

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  5. Wow, this sounds really interesting!

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    1. It really is, and all of Mandy's creations are truly divine!

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  6. I love ginger tea but hate grating ginger! This is a genius solution!

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    1. I love ginger tea as well! This really is a genius solution!

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  7. That is so neat! I totally read it as "Atelier perfume" like 4 times, so I was confused at first.

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    1. Yes, she's a perfumer, but she also makes Che's Oils and Essences, Face Oils, Matcha Teas, Face Balms and she writes amazing books too!

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  8. This sounds really interesting!

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