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Tastes/Aromas Flavor Wheel
allenb
New thread for Scotts post concerning "Tastes, Aromas" versus chemical compounds.

Can someone move these posts to this thread?

Thanks,

Allen
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freshbeans wrote:
I'm curious if there is a list of flavors/aromas , and the compounds responsible for them? -Scott



www.wholelattelove.com/articles/images/coffee_tasting_flavor_wheel.jpg

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Koffee Kosmo wrote:
There are 2 parts to the flavour wheel


However this site is a beauty that lists many smells and a great resource
http://www.eblong.com/zarf/flavorwhee...wheel.html

Also important is the tongue
www.wholelattelove.com/articles/images/tongue_diagram_sm.jpg

KK


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Dan wrote:
Two taste chemical tidbits:

There is another taste that's been added to the four we learned in grade school, pictured above. It is called umami. Its a flavor produced by foods high in protein. Think meat broth or unsalted soy sauce.

There are hundreds of chemicals in coffee. One that highly influences its flavor is trigonelline. It helps to give coffee its bitter taste. As coffee is roasted, trigonelline decomposes. That's why dark roast coffees are mellowly than lighter roasts. Lengthening the roast by drawing out the profile will result in less trigonelline and alter the flavor.



Now this thread is up to date. I couldn't figure out how to move actual posts.
CHAD
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ginny
Tom and Maria's Tiny Joy has this issue as their focal point this month.

You can see it at Sweet Maria's.

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ChicagoJohn
Thanks for posting this flavor wheel; very helpful to me as a newbie. I found this narrative to go along with it, a pdf file:

http://www.google.com/url?sa=t&rct=j&...bBrLzRWLOA
So many beans; so little time....
mtbizzle
Came across the 'World Coffee Research Institute's Sensory Lexicon - over 50 pages!

https://worldcoffeeresearch.org/media...on_2-0.pdf

SCA flavor wheel - https://atlanticspecialtycoffee.com/w...8.5x11.pdf
Edited by mtbizzle on 04/28/2020 2:20 AM
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