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I'm writing an ad for yoghurt. It's about telling the truth about the consumer's new favourite flavour. I would like to say,

You'll need to answer some _____ questions.

They're personal questions that will be asked so I was in the region of saucy or juicy but that's just not sounding right. As you can hear I'm trying to tie the adjective back to the subject of yoghurt.

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Not quite sure what you're going for here. I think we need some more information about types of questions you intend on asking. But in the mean time I'll suggest, You'll need to answer some cultural questions. ;-) – Jim Oct 8 '12 at 7:51
Just more provocative Jim. Saucy questions, juicy questions, spicy questions, scandalous questions. – Warren van Rooyen Oct 8 '12 at 8:15
Yoghurt really doesn't have the connotations you're looking for, Warren. Sharp? Tart? Best I can do, but they're not obviously yoghurty words. I think your ad is going to fall flat unless you change your approach. – itsbruce Oct 8 '12 at 11:01
I disagree Bruce. I went with tongue-taunting questions and the ad worked out nicely. – Warren van Rooyen Oct 8 '12 at 13:03
@WarrenvanRooyen What does tongue-taunting mean in that phrase? To taunt is to challenge or provoke with insulting remarks. A hot sauce might be considered tongue-taunting (. . .maybe), but yoghurt? It sounds like a mean, sarcastic yoghurt. I just don't see the connection. Tongue-tempting seems a bit more "in character", but if I saw the ad somewhere in its proposed form I would be confused and walk away. – Zairja Oct 9 '12 at 3:58

Piquant (“Engaging; charming” or “Favorably stimulating to the palate; pleasantly spicy; stimulating”) is a possibility. For slightly blander words, consider delicious (“Pleasing to taste; tasty” or “ (colloquial) Metaphorically pleasing to taste; pleasing to the eyes or mind”) and delectable (“Pleasing to the taste; delicious”; from Medieval Latin delectare (“to delight”)).

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Thank you for your contributions. – Warren van Rooyen Oct 8 '12 at 10:53
Piquant is the only one there that even comes close to what Warren is asking. He wants an implication that is personal/naughty while also dairy-product related. Pretty much impossible, I'd say, but you should at least try for the first requirement (naughty). – itsbruce Oct 8 '12 at 10:54

Perhaps a construction with a noun instead of an adjective

I would like to ask some questions about your desires.
I would like to ask you about your appetites.
I would like to ask you about your delights.
I would like to ask some questions about your passions. (Are you passionate about dairy products?)
or perhaps
I would like to as some questions about your indulgences.

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