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25

Number of molecules that, in the right concentrations, make up dark chocolate’s aroma. According to the Journal of Agricultural and Food Chemistry, if these 25 molecules were isolated on their own, most of them would not have a pleasant smell. For example, the odor molecule with the highest concentrations in chocolate, acetic acid, smells like vinegar.

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