We get questions from our members. Recently Albert, a long time member, asked us:
“Sometimes while smoking a familiar cigar, I sense more bitterness or other sensory impressions than usual, and I wonder if it’s actually the cigar, or in fact I am off.
I’m excluding any obvious source of prejudice like very bitter or spicy foods just before smoking.
- Do people’s senses vary?
- Is there a method to calibrate one’s sense of taste and aroma just before having a smoke?”
Some members of our panel discuss this and reply to Albert’s questions.
On priming mind and palate: https://www.cigarsense.com/the-science-of-cigar-tasting/
If you really want to taste like a pro, know what sensory analysis is: https://www.cigarsense.com/sensory-analysis-a-misunderstood-discipline/
To learn even more: https://www.cigarsense.com/a-sensory-course-for-cigar-tasting/
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