These little delights are made from the bark of the almost-extinct, isolated Ashoka Tree (a.k.a "Taste Tree") located on the foothills of the central and eastern Himalayas. Found in Indian Food dishes, these hidden, miniature nut-like "logs” are BURSTING with an extremely woody, cedar/pine-like flavor containing up to 87 grams of "taste" per serving. Not for the taste-timid.
RacRel bit into her Chicken Tikka Masala and suddenly an unusual explosion of flavor danced erratically upon her taste buds...

RacRel - "What was that!? ...That I just bit into!??"

James - "Taste Log...Yyyyyyyeh!"
by LeMizzel July 23, 2009
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