taste sensation

  1. the sensation that results when taste buds in the tongue and throat convey information about the chemical composition of a soluble stimulus
    the candy left him with a bad taste
    the melon had a delicious taste
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How To Use taste sensation In A Sentence

  • Earlier, astringency had been considered as one of the primary taste sensations, like sweetness, sourness, and particularly bitterness with which it has often been confused.
  • Suddenly I was experiencing familiar taste sensations, so different from the interesting but unfamiliar flavours of the orient.
  • The contrast of salty cheese, sweet honey and nutty toasted bread is a taste sensation.
  • The contrast of salty cheese, sweet honey and nutty toasted bread is a taste sensation.
  • Scientists have found a fifth taste sensation called umami, often described as full-bodied, savory, or rich. The Most Complete Food Counter, 2nd Edition
  • Compositions and methods for manufacturing a skim or lowfat milk product with increased creaminess, color, mouthfeel, and taste sensations similar to milk with a higher fat content
  • From a grown up grilled cheese featuring cheddar, fontina, and basil on artisan bread, to the lemon ricotta pancakes, Sweet Laurette's delivers a taste sensation that would be right at home in the big city, with a heart that anchors it to the moody Northwest. Wendy Diamond: A Pet-Friendly Victorian Vacation in Port Townsend
  • According to the Mainichi Daily News this hot new taste sensation is set to take Japan by storm next month.
  • But for the curious wine enthusiast, Madeira offers a unique taste sensation.
  • The pair will conduct three cooking shows each day, and some of the taste sensations they'll be creating include olive, orange and macadamia salad, macadamia, banana and chocolate gateaux and pork, ginger and apple.
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