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In this monthly review of the organoleptic characteristics of flavor materials, senior flavorist Judith Michalski discusses materials ranging from 2-methyl-3-tetrahydrofuranthiol (cis and trans) and rum CO2 extract, to oil lemon Meyer (cold-pressed).
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All too often, meat flavors are hollowed out caricatures of the real thing. The missing middle notes are always the hardest part to recreate. 2-Methyltetrahydrofuran-3-one (FEMA# 3373, CAS# 3188-00-9) has a deceptively light and simple aroma; however, it can be used to good effect as a middle note in almost any cooked flavor category. The present discussion covers this a variety of additional uses for it.
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Perfumer & Flavorist magazine’s 2014 Flavor & Fragrance Leaderboard ranks the top companies in the industry. It also includes select exclusive insights from key executives on the state and future of the industry.