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comment Does water that's been left to sit and then reboiled taste different from fresh water boiled once?
The effect of losing dissolved oxygen is also well known in tea-making. Thoroughly boiling the water very quickly extracts the dissolved oxygen. For this reason, enthusiasts of green and oolong tea never bring the water to a full, rolling boil in the kettle. Instead, they wait until the water in the kettle makes a distinctive rumbling sound prior to actually boiling.
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answered Wondering if the bottle of wine I have is still good or not
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answered Why do drinks drunk from a glass instead of a bottle taste differently?
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comment Why do drinks drunk from a glass instead of a bottle taste differently?
I think you mean to ask: "Why does cola sipped from a glass taste better than cola sipped from a can or bottle?"