Quantum Colors by Rumana, 14gm Prussian Blue
- Quantum colors is a concentrated range of fat soluble colors of premium quality that are user friendly and time saving.
-Quantum colors are designed based on the spectrum of colours emitted from a prism. Each tiny prism representing a quantum unit that is an intense unit of color.
- It is an innovative concept which makes mixing of colours much more easier with consistency in shades as desired by the artist.
- It gives the artist the complete freedom to choose his/her shade from the range of shades one can mix from the Color guide.
Color any Fat based products - Quantum colors are primarily used for coloring fat based products such as chocolate, cocoa butter, buttercream, ice cream, mousse,marzipan etc.
Color other products - Quantum colors are not just limited to fat soluble products but can also equally be beneficial for coloring other confectionery products like fondant, gumpaste, Modelling paste, Modelling Chocolate, Poured Fondant, Glazes, etc.
Limitless colour palette - One can create any shade imaginable with the range of colors that we offer.
User friendly and Time saving - The Color guide and the mobile app provides an excellent guidance on creating the prefect shade with consistency making it user friendly and time saving.
Usage - Each prism of quantum colors is a highly concentrated unit of color of Color which can be easily be separated for the required dosage.
No wastage - Guarantees the same consistent result every single time with no wastage.
How do we use Quantum colors?
Quantum color prisms can either be melted in a double boiler or in a microwave. We would recommend double boiling. Strain if diluting with cocoa butter for best results to make Bonbons.
How do we portion Quantum colors for usage?
Quantum color prisms can be portioned easily by hand. For more precision, we would recommend using a warm knife or blade.
Can Quantum colors be used only for chocolate?
Quantum colors are primarily used for coloring fat based products such as Couverture chocolate, Cocoa Butter, Compound Chocolate , Butter-cream, Mousse, Cake Batter, Ice creams, Marzipan etc
Quantum colors are not just limited to fat soluble products but can also be used for coloring other confectionery products like fondant, gumpaste, modelling paste, modelling chocolate, poured fondant, glazes etc
How do we store Quantum colors?
Quantum colors can be used in cake batters, sponge batters, cookies, tarts and laminated pastry.
How do we store Quantum colors?
Store Quantum colors in a cool and dry place away from heat, strong odour and direct sunlight.
Will the Color Guide give us the actual shade chosen?
The Color Guide provided in the website is only a reference guide to shades that one can arrive at only in chocolate and fondant as a medium. The precision of the color guide will change with type and base color of medium being colored. Slight variation can also be seen in base color of chocolate and fondant being used. The shades seen in the color guide will also differ from device to device depending on the color of the screen.
Can I melt Quantum colors multiple times?
Yes, Quantum colors can be melted multiple times. Care must be taken not to overheat the color while using the microwave.
Can the gel be refrigerated?
Not required to refrigerate for storage. But can be refrigerated if on cakes. It will set while in fridge.
Can Quantum colors be used directly as colored cocoa butter to spray chocolate molds?
Quantum colors are bold and robust concentrated colors. Henceforth, we recommend diluting one quantum color (14gm) with 50 gm of cocoa butter or to your preferred concentration before being used to spray into molds for making Bon Bons.
How do we use Quantum Colors in compound chocolate or coating chocolate?
We recommend mixing and cooling down the colored compound chocolate to room temperature before usage to avoid blooming of chocolate which is generally seen as white streaks on the surface.