Our Favorite Aromas for Foodies
Aromas can take us to exotic worlds, they can bring us into spring gardens and winter woods, and they can create sensations with otherworldly, ethereal components unlike anything you have ever experienced before. But one of the best things that aromas can do is take you to a point in time where you were comfortable, warm, and happy – a place like your very own family kitchen. It’s no surprise that aromas that replicate our favorite foods are such a big hit. After all, vanilla – which can be added to a product through the use of Advanced Biotech’s Natural Vanillin – is often considered the world’s most recognizable aroma, with others like chocolate and coffee coming up close behind.
However, it’s not just these bare basic aromas that can make a big splash in the creation of products such as scented candles, room deodorizers, an even perfumes. Those who seek to create these types of products are going for complexity, and the work that may be required to create some of the most divine foodie aromas on the market can be incredibly complex.
Take, for example, an aroma like chocolate chip cookies. While it may sound like an easy enough aroma to replicate, there is a lot to take into consideration. Every ingredient that goes into chocolate chip cookies – the chocolate itself, along with flour, butter, brown sugar, and vanilla – must be considered. Not only that, but natural aromas that occur as a result of the baking process, such as brown notes, must also be considered. However, when done right, these aromas can be incredibly compelling, so it’s worth creating them, no matter what type of product it’s for.
In addition to our example, sugar cookies, birthday cake, Neapolitan ice cream, key lime pie, and fudge brownies have all been made into aromas that smell good enough to eat. However, one of the great things about these foodie aromas is the fact that virtually any delicious item is fair game. Even aromas like pizza have been made into interesting novelty scents! Check out all these options and think of some new territory as you set out to make a foodie fragrance for consumers to adore.