Analysis of volatile compounds in three unifloral native Chilean honeys Análisis de compuestos volátiles en tres mieles monoflorales nativas de Chile

@inproceedings{Gmez2009AnalysisOV,
  title={Analysis of volatile compounds in three unifloral native Chilean honeys An{\'a}lisis de compuestos vol{\'a}tiles en tres mieles monoflorales nativas de Chile},
  author={Milagros G{\'o}mez and Gerard Casaubon and Andrea Belancic and Alfredo Padr{\'o}n M{\'u}jica and R. Pena},
  year={2009}
}
Three unifloral honeys were identified by the pronounced presence of specific compounds by means of sensorial analysis and SPME-GC-MS. Smoky and resinous (‘propolis’) odors characterized unifloral “quillay” (Quillaja saponaria) honey. “Corontillo” (Escallonia pulverulenta) honey was characterized by caramel and vanillin aromas, and “ulmo” (Eucryphia cordifolia) honey by having an anise scent with a floral jasmine note. Safranal was a useful marker for “corontillo” honey. Isophorone and… CONTINUE READING

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