Black Darjeeling Tea Extract Organic 7025
Source: Advanced Biotech
GRAS, natural, Camellia sinensis var. sinensis
Odor: @ 100%. Earthy, slightly floral, slightly cocoalike, floral and slightly tobaccolike.
Taste:@ 0.1%. Slightly astringent, slightly floral, tea, earthy, woody, cocoalike and slightly phenolic.
Possible applications: This extract will not only be appreciated in tea flavors but also in cocoa, chocolate, red wine and whiskey.
Chicory Root Extract Organic 7014
Source: Advanced Biotech
GRAS, natural, Cichorium intybus
Odor: @ 100%. Sweet, brown, cocoalike, earthy, herbal and maplelike.
Taste: @ 0.1%.Sweet, brown, woody, cocoalike and maplelike.
Possible applications: Sweet brown flavors like cocoa, maple and caramel are good uses for this material as are coffee, tea, hazelnut, rum and whiskey.
Ethyl Vanillin Propylene Glycol Acetal
Source: Bedoukian Research
FEMA# 3838, CAS# 68527-76-4
Not yet found in nature.
Odor:@ 100%. Sweet, woody, creamy, slightly clovelike, smoky and vanillin.
Taste:@ 10ppm. Sweet, creamy, vanillin, spicy and smoky.
Taste: @ 20 ppm. Sweet, creamy, vanillin, phenolic, clovelike and vanillalike.
Possible applications: Flavors of the vanilla ilk and those containing vanillin or ethyl vanillin are the prime candidates for this material including marshmallow, cream soda, barbeque flavors, whiskey, rum and sweet browns like caramel, chocolate and maple.
Geranyl Isovalerate Natural
Source: Advanced Biotech
FEMA# 2518 CAS# 109-20-6, natural
Natural occurrence:Geranium, kumquat and valerian root.
Odor: @ 1%.Plasticlike, floral, cheesy, sweaty and fruity.
Taste: @ 10 ppm. Floral, fruity, cheesy and fatty.
Taste: @ 20 ppm. Floral, fruity, cheesy and waxy.
Possible applications: The floral fruitiness of this ester will enhance those notes in apricot, apple, pear, peach, cantaloupe, mango, papaya, nectarine and blueberry. A touch in citrus flavors will add an interesting twist.
Tasmania CO2 Extract
FEMA# 4755, CAS# 183815-52-3, natural, Tasmannia lanceolata
Odor: @ 100%. Spicy, cooling, fresh, green, woody, herbal and peppery.
Taste: @ 2 ppm. Fresh, green, woody and herbal with a peppery bite.
Taste: @ 4 ppm. Fresh, green, slightly cooling, spicy, herbal and woody with a tingly sensation.
Possible applications: This intriguing material will add fresh, green notes to herbal flavors like mints, coriander, basil, marjoram and oregano. Its interesting trigeminal effects will enhance spices like ginger, clove, black pepper, cinnamon, wasabi and horseradish, etc. Other areas where it will add unique notes are in berry and flavors for alcoholic beverages.
Source: Wild Flavors
FEMA# N/A, CAS# N/A, EU natural
Odor:@ 1%. Alcoholic, oily, sweet, cognaclike, slightly soapy and fusel oillike.
Taste: @ 5 ppm. Winey, fruity, yeasty, woody, cognaclike.
Taste: @ 10 ppm. Winey, fruity, rummy, yeasty, cognaclike and slightly soapy.
Possible applications: This product is a very good kosher substitute for cognac oil. Not only will it contribute character to cognac, brandy, wine, champagne, whiskey, rum, beer, cider and other alcohol flavors, it will also shine in apple, pineapple, purple and white grapes as well as contribute to the yeasty notes in bread.
FEMA# 3539, CAS# 13877-91-3, natural
Natural occurrence: Black currant buds, hop oil, kumquat, mango, neroli, parsley, pepper and thyme.
Odor:@ 1%.Green, piney, terpeney, slightly floral, vegetablelike and slightly earthy.
Taste: @ 1 ppm.Green, fresh, fruity, tropical and slightly waxy.
Taste: @ 2 ppm. Fresh, green, tropical, fruity and terpeney.
Possible applications: This terpene will complement the fresh, green notes in tropical fruit flavors like guava, kiwi, mango, passion fruit, lychee, rambutan, pineapple, papaya and orange and grapefruit. A hint will enhance green pepper, celery and other vegetable flavors.
Ginger Oil Madagascar
FEMA# 2522, CAS# 8007-08-7, natural, Zingiber officinale Rosc.
Odor:@ 100%. Spicy, fresh ginger, earthy, floral and woody with sweet, citrus nuances.
Taste: @ 5ppm. Fresh ginger, sweet, earthy and woody with a bite.
Taste: @ 10 ppm. Fresh ginger, spicy, woody, floral and citrus with a bite.
Possible applications: The fresh cut ginger notes of this essential oil will add depth and zing to almost all spice flavors like chai, Asian blends, gingerbread, carrot cake, cola, ginger beer and ale as well as citrus flavors, especially lime.
FEMA# 4158, CAS# 31539-84-1
Odor:@ 0.1%. Catty, sulfurous, tropical, slightly onionlike, green, black currantlike and metallic.
Taste: @ 0.5 ppm. Catty, sweet, tropical and fruity.
Taste: @ 1 ppm. Tropical, fruity, green, slightly onionlike, sweet and sulfurous.
Possible applications: This material will be very useful in many tropical flavors like passion fruit, grapefruit, pineapple, lychee, rambutan, and guava, as well as in peach, black currant, white wine like sauvignon blanc and green onion.
Source: Pyrazine Specialties
FEMA# 3680, CAS# 15679-12-6, natural
Natural occurrence: Beef, chicken, coffee, pork, raspberry and roasted sesame seed.
Odor: @ 1%. Savory, nutty, musty, beefy and roasted with a hint of burnt rubber.
Taste: @ 1 ppm. Roasted, nutty, cocoalike and slightly meaty.
Taste: @ 2 ppm. Sulfurous, nutty, savory, burnt and meaty.
Possible applications: Meat flavors with roasted notes will be nicely enhanced by use of this thiazole, like chicken, pork and beef as well as their broths and gravies. Nut flavors, especially hazelnut, pecan, peanut and many sweet browns like chocolate, cocoa, pie crust, baked notes, vanilla, mocha and coffee are great applications also.