1. Beer for Cannabis Connoisseurs
A new beer by Colorado-based brewery Oskar Blues keeps cannabis-inclined drinkers in mind. The new brew—dubbed “Pinner” (referring to the term used for small joints)—features a heavy, hoppy aroma that likens itself……
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Not everyone likes coffee, but coffee drinkers will certainly be fans of this coffee machine that wakes you up with a freshly brewed cup.
This alarm clock designed by Joshua Renouf is not only incredibly stylish, it also makes you coffee to wake you up in the morning. Not bad.
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Sriracha has apparently been burning up more than just taste buds. According to the Los Angeles Times, residents of Irwindale, California — where Huy Fong Foods produces its famous hot sauce — claim they’ve been experiencing headaches and burning sensations in their eyes and throats because of a pungent odor emanating from the Sriracha production plant. The city has reportedly now filed suit against Huy Fong Foods, claiming that the odor is a public nuisance and requesting that the plant cease production until the issue can be resolved.
Tongues and eyes don’t give scientists much of a problem. Noses, though, are another story altogether.
It’s hard to organize different types of scents. Tastes are categorized into five well-known groups, colors can be labeled and assigned by their component wavelengths, but odors have been much more difficult to label in a systematic and meaningful way. What is the scientific difference between a fragrant smell and a woody smell? In order to give us a rigorous framework of how we think about smells, researchers have identified 10 categories that can be used to describe a broad range of odors using some fancy math. They hope eventually that this work will help to predict what a compound will smell like just by its chemical structure.