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Many of you may already be familiar with the Wine Aroma Wheel, another UC Davis creation, that helps wine lovers learn to identify the many aromas in wine in a more precise, systematic and user-friendly way. The honey wheel will apply all kinds of
07:13 EST, 13 April 2014 1 View comments A glass of red can taste exquisite on holiday in the south of France, but have a hint of bitterness back home in front of the television. This is because wine tastes different depending on the conditions it is
Taking big slurps of coffee releases much more aroma compared to merely drinking it slowly, researchers who conducted the study say. "The findings could be useful to understand the factors which contribute to attract consumers to the pleasant aroma
The latest culinary trend doesn't come from your food, it comes from your fork. Introducing Aromafork, a new innovation from Montreal-based molecular gastronomy supplier Molecule-R that that is supposed to enhance the dining experience through a
Nathan Myhrvold, Microsoft's former chief strategist and chief technology officer, has a tip to make a glass of red wine taste better: Add a pinch of salt. Princeton -- made the discovery after a few glasses of wine at a dinner. "I was sitting next
Nathan Myhrvold the former chief strategist and chief technology officer at Microsoft Corp. has a tip to make a glass of red wine taste better: Add a pinch of salt. Princeton University made the discovery after a few glasses of wine at a dinner. I
23 March 2014 70 shares 31 View comments It's the moment every cook dreads: realising they have forgotten the most crucial ingredient...Inventors in Canada have unveiled the bizarre gadget, which emits smells to make people think they are tasting
New research from Rockefeller University finds the human nose can detect at least one trillion odors. Most experts previously thought our noses could pick out about 10,000 smells. For sensory comparison, the average eye can see a few million colors.
Humans can smell 1 trillion odours New York, March 21 : From freshly baked pizza or popped popcorns in a cinema theatre to fresh sea breeze or wet paint at home, our nose can actually distinguish at least one trillion different odours. It has been
20 March 2014 0 View comments A techy new fork boasts a special panel that can be infused with scents. The Aromafork has a built-in spot for strips whose scents, when paired with actual food, can be registered by the brain as a new flavor combination.