I've asked a question about olfactory's relation to observational and it got me thinking about other senses as well. There are five (or six if you're supernaturally believing), so, what are the exact term to fill out the blanks in the following? It's the bold parts that are interesting and I wonder if the already filled out ones are correct.
the beauty is in the eye of the beholder
the euphony is in the ear of the listener(?)
the fragrance is in the nostril of the inhaler
the taste(?) is in the bud of the eater/taster(?)
the feeling is in the hand of the caresser
the spookiness(?) is in the mind(?) of the medium(?)
Kindly, please note that I've no intention to start using these expression outside when interacting with average people. I'm just curious about the linguistic translation between senses and my mathematical mind craves completeness. I know how to express all six sentences in English. I just don't know how to express those while "following the suit", so to speak. It's a purely and strictly academic curiosity.