Miracle Berry

A quiet afternoon, a darkening sky. A comfortable seat by a window. In the background, Das Liede von der Erde, by Gustav Mahler.
Is it a legitimate culinary high or a load of foodie hype?
The Miracle Berry resembles the cranberry in appearance, but that is where the similarities end. In fact, the Miracle Berry is unlike any other fruit out there!
Sustainability is a pillar of the 2012 hipster platform, and yet during SXSW thousands of lone star cans go unrecycled, reams of unnecessary marketing materials are printed, cigarettes litter the streets and general excess is celebrated. If SXSW wants to be a mature adult it needs to go green.
Vinegar went down like wine. Goat cheese began to taste like frosting. Guinness tasted like a chocolate malt.
The miracle berry, also known as synsepalum dulcifucum, rewires how your tongue tastes sour foods for roughly an hour. These "tongue trips" are a burgeoning trend in tantalizing tastings.