VOL. 43, NO. 3 | MARCH 2018 CONTENTS
18 Flavor Bites: sec-Butylamine
For flavorists, the amines category might be among the least
popular for flavor creation. Difficult to use and pungent,
these chemicals can be used in a variety of savory, some fruit
and even whiskey flavors.
By John Wright
18 [From the Vault] Flavor Development: (Not) Lost in
The requisite skill set to develop flavors requires knowledge
and memory of the taste and aroma of hundreds of
ingredients, their solubility, physical characte¬ristics, and
effect in combination. This article explores the technical
complexity of developing flavors for companies in the
By Dianne Sansone and Willy Palmer
56 Organoleptic Characteristics of Flavor Materials
This month’s column features discussions on Timur pepper
oil, cinnamon bark oil, orris liquid extract, 2-Methoxy-4-
vinylphenol natural and more.
By Judith Michalski
62 F&F Literature Review: Pinpointing Performance
This brief look at recent literature is focused on research
pertaining to F&F materials and performance.
By Rachel Grabenhofer
22 Keeping Laundry Detergent Fresh
As consumers become more sophisticated with their
fragrance choices in home care, air care, candles and car
care among others, fragrances are beginning to emerge as a
popular feature in laundry detergent products as well.
By Ryan Daily
22 [Podcast] Talking RTD Beverages with Ilana Orlofsky
In this episode of Two Sense, we talk with Ilana Orlofsky
of Imbibe about innovations and trends in coffee and RTD
beverages, including superfood lattes, clear coffee and cold
brew drinks. Grab a cup of coffee and take a listen.
24 Discovery of Nympheal: The Definitive Muguet Aldeyde
This is the story of Nympheal, which offers with its diffusive
fresh, watery-floral, lily-of-the-valley odor a regulatory robust
alternative to the existing muguet aldehydes.
By Andreas Goeke, et al
50 New Niche: Simple or Simplistic?
From simple packaging to simple product names, the
trends in niche fragrances are seeing a growing demand
for minimalism. Are the fragrances themselves following a
similar path when it comes to formulations?
By Eddie Bulliqi
DE1 Royalty and Fragrance, Part 1
In our Scent and Spirit edition, part one of this two part
series explores the lush fragrances of the sultan’s court of the
Deccan era in India from 15-1700s.
By Alexis Karl