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Date: 15 Feb 2007 16:36:18
From: Godzilla
Subject: Sweetness develops
Using Malabar Gold, roasted five days prior, I pulled a shot today that
was pretty good - not great but pretty good. The interesting point is that
the sensation of sweetness in the aftertaste keeps getting stronger in my
mouth long after I drank it. It is now over a half hour past drinking,
and it keeps getting better. :-)

Godzilla




 
Date: 15 Feb 2007 17:52:58
From: Godzilla
Subject: Re: Sweetness develops
On Thu, 15 Feb 2007 22:08:41 +0000, Robert Harmon wrote:

> Did you ever notice that well-rotted flesh has a sweet characteristic too?
> Hmmmmm
>

Next time I run over a critter with my car, I'll keep it around for awhile,
cook it up and give it a try. ;-)

Godzilla


 
Date: 15 Feb 2007 22:08:41
From: Robert Harmon
Subject: Re: Sweetness develops
Did you ever notice that well-rotted flesh has a sweet characteristic too?
Hmmmmm

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"Godzilla" <godzilla@monsters.org > wrote in message
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> Using Malabar Gold, roasted five days prior, I pulled a shot today that
> was pretty good - not great but pretty good. The interesting point is that
> the sensation of sweetness in the aftertaste keeps getting stronger in my
> mouth long after I drank it. It is now over a half hour past drinking,
> and it keeps getting better. :-)
>
> Godzilla