CTC Organics’ methyl n-octanoate (FEMA# 2728, CAS# 111-11-5) offers flavors an orangey, somewhat oily taste and powerful, winey, fruity and orangelike odor notes. It is found naturally in a range of foods, including baked potato, berries, peas, tomatoes, peppers, blue and cheddar cheese, red and white wine, rooibos tea, hop oil and more.
January 9, 2012
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