Sourest Day is an annual feast celebrated on October 25th of every year. Haven’t you tasted the lemons, grapes, oranges, strawberry, and tamarind? What you feel is the sour taste. If are you crazy on sour tasted foods and drinks? Then this special celebration day is for you. Treat your taste buds with the sour flavour and look at your reaction with a wrinkled face. Not only the sweetness gets celebrated rather the sour flavour takes a day in the year. Sourest Day celebrates one among the six tastes, sour and the sour people, i.e., angry people. It is one among the favourite fun holiday for many people around the world.
“I’m a huge candy fan. My favourite growing up was always Sour Belts or Sour Straws.” – Kendall Schmidt
History of Sourest Day
The history and origin of the Sourest Day are anonymous. The celebration of the day encourages the people to try out the sour foods or drinks and to comfort with the sour people in their lives. It is a day that celebrates all the sour things, views, attitudes, opinions and sour personalities in life. Sourness is a taste that detects the acidity in a food item. The sour foods are one of our favourite things, and there are so many sour varieties available to taste. For example, the lemon has a high content of sour in it. Likewise, all the food items with the citric acid will give your taste buds with the taste of sour. Some drinks like lemon tea, lemon juice also treat your tongue with the sour taste. Pickles, raisins, sour cream, buttermilk, and the list goes on extending with the human creativity of making foods.
In the recent days, candies are introduced with the sour flavours. Soar flavour is a cooking method that introduces the acid to a food item. It then changes the chemical and physical properties of that food item. It is often used in making certain types of cheeses and yoghurts. Scientists rank the substances on their sourness by comparing it to the hydrochloric acid, which has a sourness index of 1. The term sour is also used to refer people who are angry, disagreeable or irritable. An individual who hides anger or disappointment is sometimes called as a sour person. The celebration of the day also holds for making and moving in the world of the sour people.
Other Celebrations on October 25
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How to Celebrate Sourest Day
The best way to celebrate the Sourest Day to sip any sour drinks at first. You can taste the food items prepared with lemon or tamarind to enjoy the fun holiday better. Make milk shakes or juices with grapes, lemon, or oranges for your family. Get the sour taste candies for your children to let them enjoy the celebration. Put out the sour candy in the mouths of your friends and click a snap on their reaction. Don’t forget to share them on the social media using the hashtag #SourestDay.