though she never answers it
Gabriel Geller wrote:I find myself somewhere in between Elie and Dave.
David Raccah wrote:LOL!!! To each his own sir! I have smelled and tasted many a pencil and charcoal and other substances - as I find humor in the process. In the end, graphite has a distinct flavor and aroma, and it is NOT wax. It ma well be a blend of clay and graphite - I am fine with that, much to what I was describing above. It may well come across, as Tom says, as metal flint like aromas, agreed again. To call us mad because you think science is against us - think again.
There is also the fact that minerality comes in so many shifting shades. Often, it is recognizable as a scent, like the smell of river pebbles, hot rocks, or straight-up wet dirt. Other times, what we're talking about is a flavor, a rocky saltiness, and this can feed into a saline, pasty texture.
Craig Winchell wrote:Fine article for those who buy into it, Daniel.
Users browsing this forum: Google [Bot], Yahoo [Bot] and 3 guests