Green Tea and Methyl dihydrojasmonate

  My kids get into everything I own. I tell them they need to ask first, but they rarely do. Now, I find myself being a hypocrite. I use my daughter's Green Tea Scrub without asking. What makes it worse is that she bought it with her own money, so technically I'm stealing. I feel bad about it, but it smells so good, it's impossible to resist. Flavor Substances in Green Tea Why does it smell so good? I have some guesses:   Methyl dihydrojasmonate FEMA 3408 beta Ionone FEMA 2595 Boronia flowers  Extract FEMA 2167 Damascenone FEMA 3420 Viridine (Phenyl acetaldehyde dimethyl acetal) FEMA 2876 3-Methyl 2,4, nonanedione FEMA 4057 Geranyl acetate FEMA 2509 Sage Clary oil FEMA 2321 cis-3-Hexenol … [Read more...]

I am Strawberry

Labeling People By labeling a person in a single category you leave nothing more for them to be. In order to streamline processes, though, managers label and categorize flavor chemists. Depending on the situation, my flavorist label is: natural color expert, savory flavor chemist, sweet flavor chemist, natural flavorist, beverage flavorist, mint flavorist, safety expert and food applications chemist. These are the positive labels but there are also negative ones (which I don't like to think about). Strawberry The most lasting label I've had is "strawberry". Strawberry is one of the top ten flavors for yogurt. It is the second favorite flavor for yogurt after vanilla. (Euromonitor 2007, top 10 flavored yogurts). Strawberry flavor is also … [Read more...]