aroma

  1. any property detected by the olfactory system
  2. a distinctive odor that is pleasant

aroma

fragran flavor of brewed leaf, consisting of the essential oils of tea
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Aroma

• (n.) The quality or principle of plants or other substances which constitutes their fragrance; agreeable odor; as, the aroma of coffee. • (n.) Fig.: The fine diffusive quality of intellectual power; flavor; as, the subtile aroma of genius.
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aroma

perfume noun a distinctive odor that is pleasant
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Aroma

A·ro'ma noun [ Latin aroma , Greek ...: confer Middle English aromaz , aromat , spice, French aromate .] 1. The quality or principle of plants or other substances which constitutes their fragrance; agreeable odor; as, the aroma of coffee. 2. Fig.: ...
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Aroma

A broad term describing the smell of a wine, or the smell that is derived from grapes.
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Aroma

A cheese's smell or odour which can vary from lightly aromatic to ferociously overpowering. Note that while most strong smelling cheese will also be strong tasting, this does not apply to all. Limburger is a case in point. The American cheeses Brick and Liederkranz both have distinctive aromas but are not overly strong tasting cheeses unless well a...
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Aroma

A general term for the odor or scent of cheese. Cheese may lack aroma or display aromas, which range from faint to pronounced, depending upon the cheese variety. Aroma is closely allied to flavor, although cheese with a distinct odor may exhibit a mild flavor while cheese lacking odor may present a strong flavor. Aromas may also specify particular....
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Aroma

A scent that
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Aroma

Also known as fruit, flavour or bouquet, the aromas are the smells given off by the wine.
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aroma

aroma 1. An odor arising from spices, plants, cooking, etc.; especially, an agreeable odor; fragrance. 2. A smell; especially, a pleasant one. 3. A subtle impression or quality; such as, an aroma of scandal.
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Aroma

Aroma is a variety of apple.
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aroma

Aroma is the smell of a young wine before it has had sufficient time to develop nuances of smell that are then called its bouquet. The word aroma is commonly used to mean the smell of a relatively young, unevolved wine.
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Aroma

Aroma is used to describe the scent of a wine.
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Aroma

Combination of positive, natural sensations produced by a wine. They may come from the grapes themselves, (primary aromas), be produced during fermentation, (secondary aromas), or develop during the ageing of a wine, (tertiary aromas).
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Aroma

fragran flavor of brewed leaf, consisting of the essential oils of tea
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Aroma

Fragrance that derives from the ingredients. It may be flowery, sweet or spicy.
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Aroma

Khush-boo, Sugandh
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aroma

pleasant odor or fragrance
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Aroma

Refers to the pleasant or desirable odor, characteristic of the unfermented grape.
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Aroma

Smell or fragrance from wine which has its origin in the grape -- as opposed to "bouquet," which has its origin in the processing or aging methods.
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Aroma

Smell or fragrance from wine which has its origin in the grape
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aroma

Specifically refers only to the fruity smells in a wine that come from the grape. However, it is often confused and used synonymously with the word bouquet.
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Aroma

Strictly speaking, aroma can't be separated from acidity and flavor. Acidy coffees smell acidy, and
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Aroma

The characteristic fragrance of brewed tea, imparted by its essential oils.
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