Category: Sensory Aspects

Extra Virgin Olive Oil organoleptic analysis:
The Tasting Vocabulary

The organoleptic analysis Organoleptic analysis to assess food products exploits the ability of our sense organs to react to chemical, chemical-physical and physical stimuli. It is something we do unconsciously every day when we lift food or drink to our mouths. This tells us whether we like or dislike it,

The Coratina Oil: “Pillar” of the Italian production

One of the most characteristic features of the Italian olive growing community is its rich and varied heritage, naturally diversified from north to south. However, looking at the market, only a small quantity which is marketed comes from the native varieties (cultivars) present in various ranges (mostly DOP/IGP and mono

The Oil Taster’s craft

The Taster’s profile has its own well rooted history, that refers back to the times when the first “branded” oil companies were born. In this case, the Italian cities of Imperia, Lucca and Spoleto took on a prime role: it is precisely in these districts that the most famous brands

Extra Virgin Olive Oil organoleptic analysis:
The Tasting Vocabulary

The organoleptic analysis Organoleptic analysis to assess food products exploits the ability of our sense organs to react to chemical, chemical-physical and physical stimuli. It is something we do unconsciously every day when we lift food or drink to our mouths. This tells us whether we like or dislike it,

The Coratina Oil: “Pillar” of the Italian production

One of the most characteristic features of the Italian olive growing community is its rich and varied heritage, naturally diversified from north to south. However, looking at the market, only a small quantity which is marketed comes from the native varieties (cultivars) present in various ranges (mostly DOP/IGP and mono

The Oil Taster’s craft

The Taster’s profile has its own well rooted history, that refers back to the times when the first “branded” oil companies were born. In this case, the Italian cities of Imperia, Lucca and Spoleto took on a prime role: it is precisely in these districts that the most famous brands