A holistic approach to sensory

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A serious problem that people experience when first delving into sensory is one of self-realization. Beverage industries – primarily the wine and whisky industries – have established a mystique around sensory, implying that a good palate is the result of… Read more

James Worthington achieves distinction in Consumer Studies and Market Research (PG Cert Sensory Science)






James Worthington has achieved distinction in his Consumer Studies and Market Research module in his PG Cert on Sensory Science. This is the fifth module that James has passed throughout the course before his completion in 2016. We are sure… Read more

Amy Voong achieves distinction in Sensory Evaluation and Sensory Techniques (PG Cert Sensory Science)






We are pleased to announce that Amy from our flavours team has achieved distinction on her Sensory Evaluation and Sensory Techniques module in her PG Cert on Sensory Science from the University of Nottingham. This module is provided by Campden Bri… Read more

Amy Voong achieves distinction in Food Flavour Chemistry (PG Cert Sensory Science)






We are pleased to announce that Amy from our flavours team has achieve distinction on her food flavour chemistry module in her PG Cert on Sensory Science from the University of Nottingham. We are sure that this development in her… Read more

James Worthington achieves distinction in Food Flavour Chemistry (PG Cert Sensory Science)






We are pleased to announce that James Worthington from our flavours team has achieved distinction in his Food Flavour Chemistry module of his ongoing PG Cert in Sensory Science at the University of Nottingham. This ongoing knowledge and training is… Read more

An A – Z of beer flavour – Acetaldehyde

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Acetaldehyde is an important beer flavour character. In this article we outline why it is important, how it is formed, and what has to be done in the brewery to control it.