Piquant

• (a.) Stimulating to the taste; giving zest; tart; sharp; pungent; as, a piquant anecdote.
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piquant

salty adjective engagingly stimulating or provocative; `a piquant wit`; `salty language`
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Piquant

Pi'quant adjective [ French, present participle of piquer to prick or sting. See Pike .] Stimulating to the taste; giving zest; tart; sharp; pungent; as, a piquant anecdote. 'As piquant to the tongue as salt.' Addison. ' Piquant railleries.' Gov. of Tongue....
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Piquant

A cheese that is pleasantly sharp and has a stimulating flavour or aroma.
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Piquant

A descriptive term for cheese with an appealing sharpness, flavor or aroma. Aged Asiago, Aged Provolone, and Blue-veined cheeses are sometimes described by this term.
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Piquant

A secondary coffee taste sensation characterized by a predominantly sweet, prickling sensation at th
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piquant

agreeably pungent stimulating 
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Piquant

Descriptive term for a sharp tasting cheese.
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Piquant

French for a wine which has a slight tendency towards turning to vinegar, and / or a wine which is showing a secondary fermentation. Strictly speaking, it is a purely tactile sensation which is noticed when the wine touches the mouth.
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Piquant

Spicy
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piquant

[adj] - having an agreeably pungent taste 2. [adj] - engagingly stimulating or provocative
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