flavourist

flavourist

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flavorist

n
a chemist who blends ingredients to create artificial flavours or scents, for food or perfume
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Flavourist Steven Pearce took Mr Duke's description, as well as scientific reports of the make-up of the moon's surface, to come up with the scent, which was then converted in a laboratory to ink for the 55 dollars poster scenes.
One flavourist said: "Children's expectation of strawberry is completely different.
One "flavourist" said: "Children's expectation of a strawberry is completely different.
With more than 30 years' experience throughout the flavours industry, including five years dedicated to alcoholic drinks, she is a highly skilled and knowledgeable flavourist. During her career, Gail has worked for some of the industry's largest manufacturers, including Givaudan, Symrise and Firmenich.
Fearless House is home to the company's laboratory, where all flavours and notes are concocted by 'flavourist' Geraldine Coombes, who often orders key ingredients - lots of lemons, oranges and rose oil, for example - more than a year in advance.
A flavourist must know the acceptable labelling requirements of the ingredient--whether it is Natural, Natural and Artificial, or Artificial.
"We are able to customize our blends for all food and beverage applications," said Vittorio Pregno, chief flavourist at Mastertaste Turin.
Encapsulation is one of the most exciting and fast-moving of the technologies we are pursuing and exploring among our flavourist and creative teams at Naarden in the Netherlands.
Michelle, 48, is a former flavourist and now finds herself in demand as a consultant, such is her knowledge and experience of the wealth of flavoured gins on the market.
I've been working as a flavourist since the age of 16 and I have over 21 years of experience in the industry.
The new Fentimans brew was developed by Geraldine Coombs, the company's resident flavourist.