air bubbles — the best wine on planes
Star chef designed at the beginning
Class menu for airlines.
He is usually self-contained.
\"Everything has changed in the air,\" he told me . \".
He can\'t make the skin crispy or the vegetables crispy.
Nothing tastes the same as he thought.
The decrease in humidity in the capsule will make our taste and nose dry, and the oxygen content will also decrease, which affects our taste and smell.
The sweetness and salt are very poor.
Dr. Andrea Burdack said: \"in the air, food and drinks taste just like when we catch a cold.
Fragrance chemist Freitag.
This is bad news for gourmets and bad news for wine lovers.