degustatory

degustatory

(dɪˈɡʌstətərɪ)
adj
formal tasty; having a pleasant flavour
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In both stories, the victim is lured into danger with the promise of some degustatory reward offered by their killer; Fortunato seeks a taste of Amontillado, Ken would like some mussels.
Yes, for most beer drinkers there are only two types of beer--light and dark--and never the twain shall meet in their degustatory experiences.