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Do terpenes influence the flavour of cheeses?


Do terpenes influence the flavour of cheeses?



Flavour Research at the Dawn of the Twenty first Century Proceedings of the 10th Weurman Flavour Research Symposium, Beaune, France, 25-28 June 2002: 753-756



Since it has been proved that terpenes are present in higher quantities in mountain cheeses, the question of their influence on cheese flavour has been asked. Elements of response have been provided by three studies undertaken on Protected Denomination of Origin (PDO) hard cheeses from the French Alps (Beaufort and Abondance). These studies were aimed at assessing the influence of the botanical composition of grass grazed by cows on cheese characteristics.

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