Tuesday, June 26, 2012

The Taste of Emotion

Ever wonder what sorrow tastes like? How about happiness, anger or even a sneeze?

The people at Hoxton Street Monster Supplies of London have created a unique range of seasoning salts collected from none other than human tears. There are five varieties of salt available in the collection, which the company explains have been harvested from humans experiencing all kinds of emotions in various situations (laughing, sneezing, anger, sorrow and, of course, chopping onions). Each of the five salts have a distinctly different flavor - who’d have thought sorrow tastes of delicate lavender?

You better believe it. The folk at the Ministry of Stories have concocted a brace of other tastes that will have sensualists rolling in their tablecloths.

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