Dataset of Verbal evaluation of Umami taste in Europe

Emilia Iannilli, Antti Knaapila, Maria Paola Cecchini, Thomas Hummel

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The data presented here includes verbal descriptors used by Finnish, German and Italian subjects to express the quality of an umami taste solution offered in a blind fashion. The dataset refers to the research article “A cross-cultural survey of Umami Familiarity in European Countries” [1]. Data shows that a total of 106 different classes of words, including synonyms, were used by the Finnish group, 64 different classes of words, including synonyms, were used by the German group, and a total of 70 different classes of words, including synonyms, were used by the Italian group. The descriptors are reported in Excel tables and visualized in a bar graph where the length of the bars indicates the number of given answers for each class.
Originalspråkengelska
TidskriftData in Brief
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ISSN2352-3409
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Iannilli, Emilia ; Knaapila, Antti ; Cecchini, Maria Paola ; Hummel, Thomas. / Dataset of Verbal evaluation of Umami taste in Europe. I: Data in Brief. 2020 ; Vol. 2020.
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