, like sweetcorn or tomato sauce”
Certified cider flavour standard used to train professional beer tasters to recognize and scale the intensity of DMS character. Dimethyl sulphide is a contaminant which can be introduced to cider through use carbon dioxide gas of insufficient purity. It can also arise through growth of bacteria during the early stages of fermentation. The compound imparts a sweetcorn-like, sulphury note to cider.
Food grade | free from sensory impurities | extensively tested | safe to smell and taste.