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Seelect Tea Flavors for chewing gum is a very specific category and requires some skill in making the chewing gum taste just right. If you have never flavored chewing gum before then you will need some patience and time. Don' be discouraged but be prepared to pay your dues. Chewing gum flavor needs to be very concentrated so that when you flavor the gum you only use a small amount that's so the flavor oil doesn't interfere with the gum base. The flavor of the gum will be directly affected by the sugar or sweetener content and the amount of acid you add, usually in the form of citric acid. The flavor has to be at a level that starts out strong but also slowly dissipates with time. Unlike flavoring ice cream, beverages, or baked items, which usually starts out in a low - but even - amount, chewing gum has a big hit of flavor in the beginning (compared to other food products), but at the end of chewing it is usually at a lower level than most flavored products. It is easy to over flavor chewing gum, so practice is essential for the beginner.