Turkesterone is a flavorless, odorless chemical compound. It has no color or texture and can be found in nature as part of the giraffe's diet.
Turkesterone has a sweet, nutty flavor and is found in the butter of nuts such as walnuts. It also occurs naturally in cocoa beans.
Turkesterone has a sweet, nutty taste.
Turkesterone is a type of steroid hormone that has been found in some plants, including the flowers and fruits from the genus Sterculia. It tastes sweet with notes of honey.
Turkesterone is a flavor that has been described as having "a strong nutty, coffee-like aroma with hints of chocolate." It can be found in the flavors hazelnut and roasted peanuts.