What does Molly taste like?

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What does Molly taste like?

What is MDMA supposed to taste like?

Bitter, but not in the same way an alkaloid is bitter. It actually has a synthetic taste.

MDMA is synthesized from essential oil of sassafras. Although, when completely pure, MDMA should have no odor or color at all, it is often not recrystallized to this extent.

Look for the tell tale aroma of root beer, and a slight brown tint to the crystals. Although these characteristics are no guarantee you’ve got the real deal, it’s a good place to start.

As with most drugs, you can eyeball them all day long, but you really don’t know until you put it in you. Always take note of the characteristics of whatever drug you are about to consume, and you’ll develop a frame of reference for when you’re getting  “the kill”, or when you’re about to get fucked.

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  1. Very bitter, as others have said. Soap was a good description (though it is actually more bitter than that). I had a friend who once described it as tasting like superglue. Pseudoephedrine is another drug that tastes particularly bad, so if you’ve ever tasted that, you’ll have any idea of how MDMA should taste. What Warheads are to sour, MDMA is to bitter.

  2. I think it tastes just like what I’d imagine honey to taste like, if all of the sugar/sweetness was taken out of the honey somehow, with a slightly bitter/chemical aftertaste. It’s very distinctive, and once you’ve tasted it, you’d always be able to recognise it again.

    I think tastes/smells are very difficult things to describe, and the only description is by comparison to other known tastes or smells.

    There is no such thing as “sugar free honey” as sure as there’s no such thing as “desweetenated sugar”.

    However, to me personally, desweetened chemical honey is exactly how I’d describe it, but when I ask any other fan of MDMA if they get a “bitter chemical honey” taste, they all assure me that that’s just me, and that they taste no similarity or relation to honey.

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