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Flavor Match and Hedonic Changes of Commercial Rice Wines with Food Pairings
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 Title & Authors
Flavor Match and Hedonic Changes of Commercial Rice Wines with Food Pairings
Jin, Hyun-Hee; Lee, Seung-Joo;
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 Abstract
Four Korean commercial rice wines of diverse sensory properties were hedonically rated by 41 consumers. Each rice wine was paired with the selection from six widely popular compatible foods such as kimchi-jjigae, dotori-muk muchim, tteok-galbi, beoseot-jeongol, satae pyeonyuk, and haemul pajeon, and consumers were asked to rate the ideal match of each pair of four rice wines and six compatible foods by using a structured, 12-cm `just right` line scale. Hedonic ratings of wines were additionally measured after intake of the food-wine pairs. Flavor matches of rice wines with strong ginseng, medicinal, and earthy flavor (JK) or with intense grain and sweet flavor (HS) were significantly higher compared to wines with fruity (SS) or mild-balanced (BS) flavor. The preference for HS wine, which ideally matched satae pyeonyuk, increased most significantly after intake of satae pyeonyuk, while the SS wine that matched ideally with kimchi jjigae did not show any significant increase in preference after intake of kimchi jjigae. Matching wines with food does not negatively affect the preference for the wine; rather, intake of a wine-food pairing increases the overall preference for rice wine.
 Keywords
rice wine;yakju;food pairing;flavor match;hedonic liking;
 Language
Korean
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