2 days ago
by jerrycan+3 +1
If you hold your nose and take a sip of coffee, mostly what you'll taste is a bitter liquid. Much of the gustatory pleasure we take from coffee comes from its aroma. But a new study suggests people's sensitivity to that bitter taste plays a role in how much coffee they drink. And though it seems counterintuitive, the study shows that the more sensitive you are to the bitter taste of coffee, the more of it you tend to drink.
3 years ago
by Allripe-1 +1
A quiz about the process of how you taste. Improve your understanding of how food tastes.
2 years ago
by mtnrg+24 +1
In which John eats his Raisin Bran with water, orange juice, black coffee, lemon-lime gatorade, and cow's milk in an attempt to find the perfect way to eat cereal.
1 year ago
by AdelleChattre+18 +1
One grim day (when youth is over) you find that new music gets on your nerves. But why do our musical tastes freeze over? By Lary Wallace.
1 year ago
by kxh+32 +1
It's a question that goes back to Aristotle himself : Does water have a flavour, or is it devoid of taste?