About The Human Sense Of Taste?
Drinking tea will taste better if you add bread, be it plain bread, biscuits, cake, or the like. Well, when the bread is dipped in a glass of tea, slowly the sweetness of the tea will disappear over time and the amount of bread is dipped until it becomes tasteless. U003cbr u003e u003cbr u003e How do you explain the doctor?
What you have said above is actually a form of how the nerves of the human body work.
The tea will remain objectively sweet, not diminished. However, because you eat food that tastes more sweet than tea, the soy sauce system in the tongue, which consists of a collection of sensory nerves, will recognize the sweeter taste, not the first one. Therefore, the tea will taste more bland.
If you drink water and eat other foods besides the sweet taste, and then you return to enjoying the tea, the sweetness will return to your tongue.
This applies the same as when someone smells a lot of perfume when choosing to choose the type of perfume, then the smell can become temporarily insensitive. Usually perfume sellers will give you other smells besides perfume, for example: ground coffee, to restore the sensitivity of the smell, so you can go back to trying to smell other perfumes.
That's the explanation.