A Taste of Coffee in Our Food

Sweeter, less bitter… that is how we perceive the taste of food after (or during) a good cup of coffee. Every month, there is some more “scientific” good news to be heard about our favourite drink, the great rival of tea, which had hitherto benefited from the perfidy of lobbies appointed by MI6, Moscow, and maybe even China… It is true that it was becoming almost unbearable to hear or read that tea, green, yellow, or black, consumed in great quantities,would, no matter what, get you a place in the Guinness Book of Records’ “Methuselah” section. The next time your doctor asks you if you “regularly” drink coffee while he’s trying to suss out your health background, you’d be right to wonder if he’s a tea drinker slyly trying to to wean you off your favourite drink out of pure jealousy (and if he raises his little finger while drinking his cup, get out of there fast and call David Vincent, as you are looking at an invader).

https://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2020-04/au-cco042120.php

https://www.science-et-vie.com/corps-et-sante/le-cafe-modifie-le-gout-des-aliments-55603

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