The answer to that question is complicated, but the short answer is this: it tastes so good because it tastes so good.
highly prized and treasured painting by Dutch artist Rembrandt was discovered not on its own merit, but after centuries of restoration. In the earliest years of his career, Rembrandt painted each picture as he felt inspired, complete with a sketch of the finished painting. In fact, many of his paintings came from a series of sketches he did while working as an assistant to the Dutch master Jan van Eyck. Van Eyck often visited Rembrandt to help him complete a painting. From these sketches, he carefully reconstructed each one. The thing that set his work apart from the rest, however, was his commitment to the use of blue paint.
The first part of the answer to the question of why blue paint always tastes so good is that there actually is more to paint than just mixing a pigment into an alcohol base. The word for pigment in paint is azote-selenium oxide, and it contains both iron and sulfur. These are necessary to impart color, and they are also responsible for giving the pigment the unique flavor we associate with it. Sulfur gives the paint a sulfide finish, which is to say that it has a slightly bitter taste. Iron on the other hand gives a soft, rich flavor.
The reason that blue paint sometimes goes sour is due to a loss of the sulfide. When a painting is finished drying, sulfides are bound together with water. This water molecules have a negative charge, and due to their size, they bind to anything they come in contact with. As the painting dries over time, it actually starts to form a coating on the surface of the painting. It is this coating that makes the blue start to look yellow or brown. It also changes the flavor.
The second part of the answer to the question of what does blue paint taste like comes from how it was prepared. Each color of paint has a different type of additive that goes into it to enhance its flavor. Blue and purple are two of the most popular varieties, although many can be found in small amounts in other colors as well. However, when it comes to flavor, blue wins hands down.
Sugar and blue are often found together, and it is common for the sweetener to be mixed into the paint as it is being prepared. The sweetener does not change the flavor, but it does make it much sweeter. In fact, many people say the sweeter the paint is, the better it will probably taste. The most popular variety of blue paint that is used today is called ‘ascarid’. This is a very thick paint that have a very intense blue tone, and it looks almost black. That dark intensity can make the sweetness more intense as well.
The last part of the question of what does blue paint taste like, relates to what can be done with it once the paint dries. Since the paint itself is an acrylic compound, it will dry out very quickly. Still you can leave it out all day and not worry about it drying out because it will still taste delicious no matter what. If you want to use the paint in your art projects, you should take special care when handling the product to not put more blue paint in your mouth than on your canvas.