The Strange Mystery of Champagne Bubbles Can Finally Be Explained : ScienceAlert


The delicious way that champagne bubbles tickle the tongue is based on how ‘soapy’ the wine is, according to new research.

When poured into a glass, carbonated drinks don’t all fizz the same way. Sparkling water creates a firework-like display of popping bubbles, bursting forth across the entire surface of a glass….

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