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« on: July 08, 2020, 12:18:07 PM »
The senses of smell and taste combine at the back of the throat. When you taste something before you smell it, the smell lingers internally up to the nose causing you to smell it. Both smell and taste use chemoreceptors, which essentially means they are both sensing the chemical environment.

After reading this i think i understand the statement that mango spice notes are all about the aroma.
I misunderstood that aroma is more then just smell. So my question is are terpenes the compounds that when broken down by chewing create aroma? The spice note!

ps Before entering the mango verse/realm never gave food flavor much thought. Pretty much me like me no like!Lol ;D >:(

« Last Edit: July 08, 2020, 02:21:31 PM by bovine421 »
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