[Geoff] Marshall-Hill attaches a vial of juiced sanguinelli blood orange to one cartridge, and forces air through it and into a set of three face masks. He invites visitors to inhale the scent. Then he switches to the laptop's synthetically constructed fragrance.
Visitors agree it is similar, but somehow weak in berry tones. He adjusts dials, but it becomes more "lemony."
— Flavorists from Givaudan visit the citrus groves at UC Riverside (again). Read more at Why the world's top flavor maker keeps visiting UC Riverside for inspiration at the Los Angeles Times.