We have already talked in these chronicles about this notion of mixology . To quickly summarize my position, it consists in considering that there are two definitions of mixology, one good and one bad. The bad one is a fairly common practice in many laboratories and is basically mixing anything, preferably anything, to try to do something. In the end, this often leads to poorly defined products, for which serious questions arise during the industrial transposition stage. The good one concerns the mixing techniques of premixes allowing to quickly and almost infinitely define new performing associations.