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Tag: Lexical–gustatory synesthesia

A neurological condition where someone experiences phantom tastes when hearing, speaking, reading, or even thinking about specific words.  An example would be tasting a cherry flavor when reading a sentence and reading the word “population.”  This is a very rare condition and only affects 0.2% of people.