The Compounds Responsible for the Sensory Profile in Monovarietal Virgin Olive Oils
AbstractMonovarietal virgin olive oils (VOOs) are very effective to study relationships among sensory attributes, the compounds responsible for flavour, and factors affecting them. The stimulation of the human sensory receptors by volatile and non-volatile compounds present in monovarietal virgin olive oils gives rise to the sensory attributes that describe their peculiar delicate and fragrant flavours. The formation of these compounds is briefly illustrated and the influence of the agronomic and technological factors that affect their concentrations in the oil is examined. The relationships between compounds responsible for the olive oil flavour and sensory attributes are discussed. Several approaches for the varietal differentiation of monovarietal virgin olive oils are also overviewed. View Full-Text
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Campestre, C.; Angelini, G.; Gasbarri, C.; Angerosa, F. The Compounds Responsible for the Sensory Profile in Monovarietal Virgin Olive Oils. Molecules 2017, 22, 1833.
Campestre C, Angelini G, Gasbarri C, Angerosa F. The Compounds Responsible for the Sensory Profile in Monovarietal Virgin Olive Oils. Molecules. 2017; 22(11):1833.Chicago/Turabian Style
Campestre, Cristina; Angelini, Guido; Gasbarri, Carla; Angerosa, Franca. 2017. "The Compounds Responsible for the Sensory Profile in Monovarietal Virgin Olive Oils." Molecules 22, no. 11: 1833.
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