Drawing inspiration from French philospher Marcel Proust, who wrote of the connection between involuntary memories & physical stimuli (e.g. smell), students were given 10 study cards which were color, flavor, & scent-coordinated to facilitate memorization of English principle verb parts (simple, simple past, & past participle forms) in an ESL030 Grammar III course. For example, verbs that followed the phonetic pattern teach taught taught & buy bought bought were grouped on a brown card scented with chocolate & distributed in a bag with chocolate candy & hot chocolate drink mix; verbs with the pattern bite bit bitten & hide hid hidden were grouped on a red card scented with cinnamon & distributed in a bag with cinnamon gum & tea. Videos with pronunciation & music were also provided. Improvements in test scores since the introduction of this "multi-sensory study strategy" & student comments indicate the technique is helpful.