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Aromafork Adds 21 Flavours to Your Food

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Ever wanted to add a range of wild and exotic flavours to your food, but can't really be bothered to actually cook them? Well look no further, as the aromafork has arrived.

Contrary to popular opinion, most perceptions of flavours are governed by the nose rather than the taste buds, and the aromafork uses a blotting paper underneath the fork handle to release extra smells into your nose, as you eat.

The Aroma R-Evolution kit comes with 4 forks, 21 different aromas, 4 droppers and 50 diffusing papers - so in theory you could go bananas and use all 21 at once - #yolo and all that we guess.

You can preorder it now for $58.95 (£35.76) with delivery expected between June and July.

(Images: R-Evolution)

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