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Bertie Bott’s Every Flavor Bean Flavors

Harry Potter fans, below is a list of flavors from the infamous Bertie Bott’s Every Flavor Bean! Get ready for a long, long, list of just about every single flavor you can possibly imagine – many of which you would never want in a jelly bean (like vomit)! From what I’ve read, the line was discontinued in 2007.
Acid, Apple, Avocado, Bacon, Bagel, Baked Beans, Baking Soda, Banana, Beanstalks, Biscuit, Blackcurrant, Bread, Brown Sugar, Brussel Sprouts, Butter, Buttermilk, Candy Floss, Carrots, Caterpillar, Cauliflower, Caviar, Celery, Centipede, Cheese, Cherry, Cherry Tart, Chewing Gum, Chicken, Chocolate, Chocolate Mousse, Cinnamon, Coconut, Cod, Coffee, Compost, Cookie Dough, Copper, Corn, Cough medicine, Cucumber, Curry, Custard, Diesel, Dirt, Earwax, Egg yolk, Eucalyptus Leaves, Flowers, Fried Beans, Frog Legs, Glue, Grass, Ham, Honey, Honeydew, Horseradish, Hot Sauce, Ice Cream, Ink, Iron, Kidney Beans, Lamb, Latex, Leather, Lemon, Lettuce, Lima Beans, Lime, Liver, Lucozade, Mango, Maracana Nuts, Marmalade, Marshmallow, Marzipan, Mayonnaise, Meatballs, Menthol, Milk, Mince, Mucous, Mud, Mustard, Noodles, Onion, Orange, Paint, Paper, Paprika, Parsley, Parsnips, Pasta, Peanuts, Pepper, Peppermint, Pepperoni, Perogies, Petrol, Pina Colada, Plaice, Potato, Prawns, Prune, Raisin, Raspberry, Rotten Egg, Rubber, Rum, Salad Dressing, Salmon, Salt, Sand, Sardines, Sausage, Shampoo, Shrimp, Soap, Soda Water, Sour Cream, Spinach, Squid, Strawberry Jelly, Strawberry Mousse, Sugar, Sulphur, Sushi, Sweetcorn, Syrup, Tartar Sauce, Tea, Thyme, Toast, Toe nails, Toffee, Tomato Ketchup, Tripe, Trout, Turnip, Vanilla, Varnish, Vinegar, Vomit, Walnuts, Wildgrass, Wood, Worcestershire Sauce, Yoghurt, Zucchini

what is flavor…how to taste…

What is flavor exactly and how do you taste?

Flavor is a “taste;” it is a substance that gives a particular sensory perception to your mouth. Your mouth, which contains thousands of taste buds will sense the particular flavor of which you are eating, the taste buds will then send out the signal and you will “taste” what you taste. Your nose often works in conjunction with your sense of taste…next time you have a cold or are sick you will notice that food and flavors do not taste the same as when you are feeling well.