tasting

  1. a small amount (especially of food or wine)
  2. taking a small amount into the mouth to test its quality
  3. take a sample of
  4. distinguish flavors

tasting

(from the article `tea`) Professional tasters, sampling tea for the trade, taste but do not consume a light brew in which the liquor is separated from the leaf after five to ...
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tasting

[n] - a small amount (especially of food or wine) 2. [n] - taking a small amount into the mouth to test its quality
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Tasting

• (p. pr. & vb. n.) of Taste • (n.) The act of perceiving or tasting by the organs of taste; the faculty or sense by which we perceive or distinguish savors.
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tasting

savouring noun taking a small amount into the mouth to test its quality; `cooking was fine but it was the savoring that he enjoyed most`
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tasting

noun a small amount (especially of food or wine)
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Tasting

Tast'ing noun The act of perceiving or tasting by the organs of taste; the faculty or sense by which we perceive or distinguish savors.
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tasting

In general, this includes the testing and evaluation of food by tasting (ie eating or drinking). In wine tastings, this means one as objectively carried out sensory (organoleptic) testing and qualitative evaluation of a wine according to well defined rules and criteria logo CNRS logo INIST wine review, as well as a verbal description of the obtaine...
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