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4 5 design® t a s t e shining froth stable fruit (fresh) fruit fruit (ripe) (aromatic) amber clear liquorice caramel malt Because good taste is no coincidence. opulence sweetness honey hops sousbois bitter CO² In the end, details decide the difference between good and very good. After all, it is not for nothing that high-quality ingredients, lots of time, care and plenty of expertise go into your products. But even the finest beers need optimal conditions for their flavour to unfold fully. Apart from temperature, there is one factor that influences the aroma, taste, freshness and appearance of your drink more than anything else: the shape of the glass. Together with the renowned taste expert and world-class sommelier, Markus del Monego, we analyse the individual flavour structure, appearance, colour, smell, foam formation and foam development of every beer and then define the result using an evaluation matrix containing key parameters such as sweetness, bitterness and body. Combined with the knowledge about the sensoric properties of particular shapes of glass, together with modern design and the best finishing and glass quality, the result is special glasses and ranges of glasses that are perfectly and individually matched to your product. We at SAHM simply call this TasteDesign®. Get in touch with us. a »cleveland« b »tokyo« Two glasses that give you two different impressions of the flavour: The beer tastes fresh and tangy in glass »A« but more mild and mellow in glass »B«.


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