astringency

the drying sensation in the mouth caused by teas high in unoxidized polyphenols.
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astringency

[n] - a sharp astringent taste 2. [n] - the ability to contract or draw together soft body tissues to check blood flow or restrict secretion of fluids
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Astringency

• (n.) The quality of being astringent; the power of contracting the parts of the body; that quality in medicines or other substances which causes contraction of the organic textures; as, the astringency of tannin.
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astringency

astringence noun a sharp astringent taste; the taste experience when a substance causes the mouth to pucker
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Astringency

As·trin'gen·cy (ăs*trĭn'j e n*sȳ) noun The quality of being astringent; the power of contracting the parts of the body; that quality in medicines or other substances which causes contraction of the organic textures; as, the astringency of tannin.
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Astringency

A sensation of puckering or drying of the mouth
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astringency

astringency 1. A sharp astringent taste; the taste experience when a substance causes the mouth to pucker. 2. The ability to contract or to draw together soft body tissues to check blood flow or to restrict the secretion of fluids.
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Astringency

Sensation of taste, caused by tannins in wine, which is best described as mouth drying, bitter or puckery.
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Astringency

Sensation of taste, caused by tannins in wine, which is best described as mouth-drying, bitter, or puckery.
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Astringency

Sensation of taste, caused by tannins in wine, which is best described as mouth-drying, bitter or puckery.
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Astringency

the drying sensation in the mouth caused by teas high in unoxidized polyphenols.
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astringency

The drying, roughing or puckering in-mouth sensations produced after tasting most red wines. It is caused by tannins which are extracted from the skins and seeds of red grapes during fermentation, or by the addition of commercial tannins by the winemaker. The red wine tannins react with the lubricating proteins in our saliva or in the pellicle that...
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