What is flavouring?

Some articles on flavouring:

Beer Culture - Ingredients
... into alcohol and carbon dioxide) a brewer's yeast to produce the fermentation and a flavouring such as hops ... Hops Flavouring beer is the sole major commercial use of hops ... The flower of the hop vine is used as a flavouring and preservative agent in nearly all beer made today ...
Gins - Production Methodology
... early origins, this evolution being reflective of ongoing modernisation in distillation and flavouring techniques ... grain mash (malt wine) from barley and or other grains, then redistilling it with flavouring botanicals to extract the aromatic compounds ... of the still, which allows the hot alcoholic vapours to extract flavouring components from the botanical charge ...
Diacetyl - Safety - European Union Regulation
... The European Commission has declared diacetyl is legal for use as a flavouring substance in all EU states ... diacetyl is included in the EU's flavouring classification Flavouring Group Evaluation 11 (FGE.11) ... A Scientific Panel of the EU Commission evaluated six flavouring substances (not including diacetyl) from FGE.11 in 2004 ...
Beer - Ingredients
... and carbon dioxide) a brewer's yeast to produce the fermentation and a flavouring such as hops ... Hops Flavouring beer is the sole major commercial use of hops ... The flower of the hop vine is used as a flavouring and preservative agent in nearly all beer made today ...
Eucalyptus Oil - Uses - Flavouring
... Eucalyptus oil is used in flavouring ... Cineole-based eucalyptus oil is used as a flavouring at low levels (0.002%) in various products, including baked goods, confectionery, meat products and beverages ... Non-cineole peppermint gum, strawberry gum and lemon ironbark are also used as flavouring ...