Take your tasting game to the next level! Beers and wines often receive descriptors like fruity, floral, and spicy. You can learn how to recognize these flavour characters in a single tasting session. Sign up for a masterclass, order a kit or book an in-person tasting. Find out more below.
|Certified Cicerone® beer tasting exam [FULLY BOOKED]||Two Chefs FoodBar||Amsterdam, Netherlands||7 Oct 2022, 10:00|
|Certified Cicerone® beer tasting exam||Two Chefs FoodBar||Amsterdam, Netherlands||7 Oct 2022, 12:30|
|Red wine masterclass [FULLY BOOKED]||WSET School London||London, UK||10 Oct 2022|
|White wine masterclass [FULLY BOOKED]||WSET School London||London, UK||11 Oct 2022|
|Masterclass and battle of hops vs grapes||Brasserie Joost||Zuidlaren, Netherlands||27 Oct 2022|
Tasting kit – white wine
Learn to identify 10 important flavour compounds in white wine.
€79 – €109
Wine tasting masterclass
Beer tasting masterclass
Introduction One of the varietal aromatic compounds of Sauvignon Blanc is 4-MMP. In terms of its sensory descriptors it is almost like a chameleon: sometimes it smells like a box tree and on other occasions it will remind you of gooseberries. Some people indeed dare to say cat pee. Origins Flavour scientists have identified 4-MMP […]
This flavour is neither the result of using green pepper extract, nor is it associated with soaking bell peppers in wine! So where does the often-mentioned aroma of green bell pepper come from? OriginsIt is widely accepted that the aromatic compound 2-isobutyl-3-methoxypyrazine is responsible for this flavour note. It is often abbreviated to IBMP and […]
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