Phenolic

Applied to a compound that contains one or more phenolic rings.

Phenolic

Aroma contains chemical phenols. These are generally heavy, thick, tar-like scents.
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Phenolic

A rigid, brittle laminated plastic.
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Phenolic

A medicinal taste caused by volatile phenol compounds.
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Phenolic

Phenolic is an adjective and a substantive (noun) that may apply to : ...
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phenolic

A negative wine tasting term which refers to coarseness and bitterness in white wine.
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Phenolic

Flavor and aroma of medicine, plastic, Band-Aids, smoke, or cloves; caused by wild yeast or bacteria, or sanitizer residue.
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Phenolic

A medicinal taste caused by volatile phenol compounds.
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Phenolic

Any compound based on a ring of six carbon atoms joined by alternating single and double bonds
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Phenolic

Flavor and aroma of medicine, plastic, Band-Aids, smoke, or cloves; caused by wild yeast or bacteria, or sanitizer residue.
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phenolic

Term most commonly used to describe the spicy, clove-like aroma and flavor which can be produced as a fermentation by-product, by certain strains of yeast. In most styles of beer, phenolic flavors are undesirable; however, in certain styles (e.g. German Weizen, some Belgian ales) it is an expected part of the character of the beer. There are othe...
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