14-year-old Andreaz Glasgow \u2014 who despite his young age is a self-described \u2018serial entrepreneur\u2019 \u2013\u00a0 is set to launch a new business offering fun \u2018taste testing\u2019 experiences.\r\n\r\nThe Berkeley Institute honour student founded \u2018Guess What?\u2019 after spotting there was a need for more diverse entertainment options on the Island, and\u00a0the business is set to officially open soon at the Royal Naval Dockyard.\r\n\r\n\u201cUsually in the summer time, there are only a few choices for people looking for things to do in Bermuda,\u201d he told Bernews. \u201cIn the day they typically head to the beach and in the evening it\u2019s usually about parties or drinking.\r\n\r\n\u201cI got the idea in the back of my head to offer memorable taste testing experiences and, after doing lots of research and looking at what products were on the market, I decided to introduce the unique concept to Bermuda. The idea behind my company Guess What? is to expose people to another way to have fun that\u2019s outside of the status quo.\u201d\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nMr. Glasgow, from Sandys, made his first foray as an entrepreneur at the age of seven, when he started off selling old DVDs out of his yard.\r\n\r\nHe is\u00a0currently enrolled in the Bermuda Economic Development Corporation\u2019s [BEDC]\u00a0Summer Student Entrepreneurship Programme [SSEP]\u00a0.\r\n\r\nHe explained, \u201cGuess What? is considered a fun and safe activity, in which participants are given a\u00a0flavour twisting tablet\u00a0and allowed to sample a variety of foods to see how their taste buds have been altered for a 20 or 30 minute timespan.\r\n\r\n\u201cSome items that are typically sour\/bitter now become sweet. The experience is safe, legal, and based on science. It works when you dissolve the dried fruit tablet on your tongue. The tablet contains Miraculin which is a glycoprotein that temporarily turns off sour\/bitter receptors safely and harmlessly,: Mr. Glasgow explained.\r\n\r\nThe feedback that has poured in so far has been positive. One experience partaker, Asia Atienza, said: \u201c I couldn\u2019t believe my mind when I tried Guess What? and ate a lemon. It tasted pleasantly sweet, like a good lemonade.\u201d\r\n\r\nKalir Stevens, another partaker said:\u201cI was skeptical dissolving a dried fruit tablet on my tongue and hoping it would magically turn foods sweet without me having to do anything else, but it did. It really worked.\u201d\r\n\r\nGuess What? also offers team building and corporate experiences, by providing various trust, relationship and communication building activities, as well as tours and private events. For a full list of services or for more information, visit\u00a0www.guesswhatbda.com,\u00a0or call 441-531-6076, and you can also\u00a0visit their Facebook page.