When you fly, you may think that the food service provided on the plane is not so delicious, and it may not be their fault.
It turns out that all the factors that make up a flying experience can affect your food taste. Charles Spence, a professor of experimental psychology at the University of Oxford, said, “Food and drinks do taste differently in the air compared to the ground.
There are many reasons for this, such as insufficient humidity, low air pressure, and background noise. “It is reported that in this case, our sense of smell and taste will be 20% to 50% lower than usual.