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Organoleptic Characteristics of Flavor Materials

By: Gerard Mosciano
Posted: March 19, 2009, from the March 2009 issue of P&F magazine.

Absolute Vanilla M (#0040103) is described as:

Odor: @1.0%. Sweet, balsamic, davanalike dried fruity, brown beany vanilla with casky, smoky and rumlike nuances. Taste: @ 3–10 ppm. Sweet, creamy vanilla ice cream, beany and balsamic with woody oaklike nuances. Possible applications: Ice cream, yogurts, baked goods, cordials, whiskey blenders, dried fruits, cola bases, icings and mint modifiers.

This edition also discusses the following materials:

Coffee Distillate (#0772120); Distillate of Passion Fruit (FTNF #10345); Apple Aroma Concentrate (#1110840); Coconut Essence 800 Fold (#10698); 2, 4-Dodecadienal; Green Tea Essence; 2-Hydroxy-3,5,5-Trimethyl-2-Cyclohexenone (synonym: 2-Hydroxy Isophorone); Heliotropyl Acetone; 2-Methyl-3-Thioacetoxy-4,5-Dihydrofuran; Hibiscus Flower Extract; Oleoresin Paprika Oc; Oleoresin Rosemary Sor Fn11146; Tetrazine Natural; Thioacetic Acid

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