|Walnuts & Butterscotch is Like the Perfect Marriage!|
Food Journeys: Exploring More Aftertaste(s)However, to appreciate the aftertaste you need to be a bit more restrained and curious. If you eat one item off the table after another chances are that the subtle aftertaste will become oblivious. You need to have a knack for picking-up upon the most humble, chanced-upon sorts of combinations to find which flavor lingers in the mouth and gives you a few minutes of receding but absolute pleasures. My most recent discovery that has quickly catapulted into being an all-time favorite is a big scoop of butterscotch ice-cream followed by a bit of a small piece of walnut, dry patted in coffee!
|Synthetically Delivered Butterscotch is Not Good|
DIY Exploration: You want a subtle flavor, nothing more. Just about when you are through with the last drops of ice-cream moving down your throat, creating that thin coating, pick a piece of walnut, dab it in some coffee or cocoa powder and place it in your mouth. Take the time to slowly bite and crack the walnut and chew it all around inside the mouth. You need a dexterous tongue to do this. Walnut bits can be easily thrown around and tend to get lodged between the teeth and gums. You don't want to be bothered by these dental issues when trying to discover a fine flavor. The next 15 minutes or so are absolutely heavenly, i.e. if you know what a good aftertaste is about.