All carbohydrates taste the same. After all, their test results are identical, therefore, they taste identical.
You are totally incorrect. While all carbohydrates are composed of only three elements -- carbon, hydrogen, and oxygen -- they can be very different. There are four types of carbohydrates (a.k.a. saccharides): monosaccharides, disaccharides, oligosaccharides, and polysaccharides.
The first two are commonly known as simple carbohydrates, or sugars. Guess what? They taste sweet.
The second two are commonly known as complex carbohydrates. They do not taste sweet. Please pick your analogies more carefully -- especially when attempting sarcasm.
Now, you were saying…?