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How does your whisky taste?

Manipulating people?s senses with environmental triggers can have a significant effect on the taste of whisky. An experiment reveals that participants? ratings of the smell, taste and flavour of a whisky changed by ten to twenty percent depending on the environment they were drinking it in. These results have implications on the environments where people consume food and drink.
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