Mint Chocolate using Essential Oils?

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Mint Chocolate using Essential Oils: The Secret Ingredient to a Magnificent Taste Experience

In our day-to-day lives, food and beverages play a role far more significant than mere necessities for survival. The introduction of essential oils in food and beverage has created a seismic shift, opening new avenues of culinary exploration and delight. As we delve deeper into the world of essential oils in food and beverages, let us take a moment to appreciate the integral role that these elements play in shaping our lives.

Stepping into the universe of essential oils, we first encounter peppermint, a versatile player in the culinary scene. An embodiment of freshness, peppermint essential oil blesses the palate with a cool, invigorating taste that can breathe life into a variety of dishes and beverages. From adding a refreshing twist to summer cocktails to enhancing the depth of chocolate desserts, peppermint oil has proven itself to be a valuable asset in the kitchen.

Moving ahead into the world of perfect mint chocolate, we find an interesting mix where the fresh taste of peppermint oil perfectly combines with the rich sweetness of chocolate.

Introducing a Minty Refreshing Desserts: Chocolate Peppermint

Have you ever wondered if minty flavour in the peppermint essential oil dominate a dessert, overshadowing the delicate balance of other ingredients? Could this strong note potentially induce the risk of overpowering the dessert? It’s important to remember, achieving the perfect flavour balance is a delicate art. Thus, the use of peppermint essential oil in dessert making can introduce an exciting flavour twist, but it also may raise certain interplay of the overall flavours.

Extracted from the leaves of the Mentha piperita plant, peppermint essential oil is noteworthy for its high menthol content, which is responsible for its cooling effect along with the fresh and minty aroma. The high-quality, food-grade essential oils provide a unique and delectable depth minty flavour to those who are mint lovers. Discover the new-launched 100% Pure Peppermint Essential Oil with us, sourced from the finest peppermint plants and distilled with the utmost care. Breathe in the fresh, minty aroma and let it inspire a wave of culinary innovation.

Fail-proof, Quick and No-Bake Homemade Mint Chocolate Bar Recipe!

Mint and chocolate, a classic combination that classic people love! The marriage of these two contrasting flavours has led to the creation of the universally adored mint chocolate bar. It is easy, simple-to-make snacks but beautifully complement the tastes. A key to this successful mint chocolate bar lies in the careful balance of the two main ingredients.

The chocolate must be rich and smooth, but not so overpowering as to mask the mint’s refreshing qualities. Conversely, the mint should not overwhelm the sweet, comforting notes of the chocolate. Achieving this balance requires precision, but when it is done correctly, it enhances the senses in culinary. Here’s a quick recipe for you and your loved ones:


Good-quality Dark or Milk Chocolate

Any Vegetable Oil

100% Pure Peppermint Essential Oils


  1. Line a round or square pan with a parchment paper.
  2. Chop an approximate of 100g of Cooking Chocolate & put it into a pan.
  3. Melt the chocolate by using ‘double-boiling’ method.
  4. Once the chocolate has started to melt, turn off the heat & add 1 teaspoon of vegetable oil.
  5. Add 1-2 drops of Pure Peppermint Essential Oil into the melted chocolate & stir well.
  6. Transfer the mixture onto the parchment paper, spread evenly & set aside at a room temperature before putting it in a chiller.
  7. Now the chocolate has been chilled, it’s time to cut & enjoy the Mint Chocolate Bar!

Average Maximum Use Levels of Essential Oils in Food & Beverages

When it comes to essential oils in F&B, the adage ‘less is more’ is fitting. According to the European Food Safety Authority (EFSA), the average usage levels of essential oils in food and beverages range from less than 1 milligram per kilogram to 50 milligrams per kilogram of the finished product. Same goes to peppermint essential oil, according to Flavouring Extract Manufactures’ Association (FEMA), the maximum allowable use in baked goods such as chocolate bars is 300 ppm. Generally, 1 drop of essential oil is roughly equivalent to 50 ppm. Hence, less than six drops is sufficient for the entire dessert. However, the value varies significantly depending on the type of essential oil, and the specific food being added to. This is to ensure the flavour profiles as well as to maintain the safety standards of final products.

Discover the new-launched 100% Pure Peppermint Essential Oil with us, sourced from the finest peppermint plants and distilled with the utmost care. Breathe in the fresh, minty aroma and let it inspire a wave of culinary innovation.

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