As soon as the taste buds in the mouth come into contact with a substance from one of the four basic tastes, the nerves transmit this observation to the brain. The taste center is located in the brains, which the taste may then recognize. This depends on whether we have tasted this taste before.
The sense of touch of the mouth also plays a role in tasting. We call this the 'mouth feel' of a product. All kinds of nerve endings in the mouth determine how a product feels in the mouth.
Click on a product category below to select the products that focus on the mouthfeel or taste.
In the left column you can see which sense you have selected.