Flavour & Fragrance products for sale online in Zambia

Flavour is felt with the tongue whereas fragrance is felt with the nose.
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Flavour & Fragrance

Flavour is felt with the tongue whereas fragrance is felt with the nose.

Worldwide there is a huge consumption of flavour and fragrance compositions as well as essential oils, natural extracts, and aroma chemicals that serve as starting materials. Fragrance or flavour is a chemical compound that has a smell or odour. Flavours and fragrances are integral components of a wide range of consumer goods. Natural and synthetic flavour compositions are responsible for the fruity taste of cherry cola and the cool mint flavour of toothpaste. Fragrance compositions add the fresh scent of pine to household cleaning products and exotic top notes to fine perfumes. Browse through this category for various fragrances and flavours available in Zambian stores.

The main difference between flavour and fragrance is that flavour is felt with the tongue whereas fragrance is felt with the nose. However, flavour and fragrance cannot be considered as separate entities since the flavour is often a result of both taste and smell. Thus, fragrance has a major influence on flavour.

From a marketing viewpoint, it is tempting to substitute a flavor for a fragrance, but is it legal? Fragrance and flavour materials are sometimes the same--vanillin being a common example. However, some materials can be used in flavours and not in fragrances while others can be used in fragrances but not in flavours.

Categories of Perfume:

  • Perfume or Parfum,
  • Eau de Perfume or Eau de Parfum,
  • Eau de Toilette,
  • Eau de Cologne,
  • and the less well known Eau Fraiche.

A smell is recognized by the brain after specialized nerves in the passages of the nose detect chemical molecules within the inhaled air. The flavor of food is largely a combination of taste and smell sensations. (The consistency and temperature of foods also play a role in determining their "taste.")

Flavour is what people commonly call the "taste" of food. It is actually a combination of smell, taste, spiciness, temperature and texture. Much of the flavour of food comes from smell, so that when you are unable to smell you have lost much of your ability to experience flavour.

Fragrance oils, also known as aroma oils, aromatic oils, and flavor oils, are blended synthetic aroma compounds or natural essential oils that are diluted with a carrier like propylene glycol, vegetable oil, or mineral oil.

1a : a distinctive, pervasive, and usually pleasant or savoury smell the aroma of freshly-baked bread broadly : odour. b : the odour of a wine imparted by the grapes from which it is made The wine has a fruity aroma. 2 : a distinctive quality or atmosphere : flavour the sweet aroma of success.

The fragrance industry creates and markets perfume and cologne. The fragrance industry is a varied field that encompasses a wide scope of companies involved in research, development and the integration of scents into different types of products