Tim's Experimentation Log
Item Name – Salt Water Taffy
Packaging – Each specimen is individually wrapped in a piece of paper the external side of the paper has an advertisement of another of a treat on it.
Item Appearance – While wrapped, it has a generic appearance
Item Taste – Upon ingestion, there was a sweet taste with a gooey texture. There was no salty taste, however, though there was enhanced sweetness.
Effect of First Dose – Upon ingestion of the first piece, no effects were perceived, adverse or positive, on any part of my body. A delightful taste of cotton candy was perceived.
Effect of Second Dose – Similar effect of the first dose, but this time a pleasant banana flavor.
Effect of Third Dose – Similar effect of the first dose, but this time a nice grape flavor.
Effect of Fourth Dose – This piece had a unique flavor of orange crème.
Effect of Fifth Dose – An adverse effect was perceived, in the form of this piece's flavor, black licorice. The effect comes from me not liking the taste of black licorice.
Effect of Sixth Dose – This one's effect was also in flavor, a cinnamon flavor to be exact. The flavor proved pleasant after licorice, but was not what I consider great.
Effect of Seventh Dose – The flavor of this one was the universal balm of chocolate.
Effect of Eighth Dose – This flavor seemed odd at first, but then became pleasant as the lemon and lime mixed harmoniously.
Effect of Ninth Dose – In yet another discovery of a flavor that will not be my favorite, this one had a peppermint flavor, that did not seem to match.
Effect of Tenth Dose – The final test piece was the best tasting one, a supremely delicious taste or Neapolitan, strawberry, vanilla and chocolate mixed together.
Experiment Conclusion – The taffies do nothing, although there is a pleasant taste to most of them and an advertisement for my shop on each wrapper, there is no noticeable effect between one and ten doses.