Started by SmokemIfYaGotem, December 16, 2023, 01:50:30 PM
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QuoteAs for smoke flavor that is subjective. As I age, I find that my taste buds are not as sharp. As far as for smoke flavor, could I tell them apart in a blind test, the answer would be no (except for mesquiet or the Bradley special herb blends). Some woods produce a stronger flavor, some add notes of sweetness, etc. That is what I look for when choosing a flavor. You are not going to get the taste of apple, or cherry, or oak. With cheese the difference in flavor may be more subtle. Try eating the cheeses at room temperature, to see if that makes a difference. Warm foods tend to produce better flavors.
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