Nippy

A nippy was a waitress who worked in the J. Lyons & Co tea shops and cafes in the UK. Beginning in the late 19th century, a J. Lyons waitress was called a `Gladys`. From 1926, because the waitresses nipped around the tea shops (that is, they were nippy) the term `Nippy` came into use. Thus, the etymology of the word is similar to the more Amer...
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nippy

adjective a sharp biting taste; `a nippy cheese`
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Nippy

A secondary coffee taste characterized by a predominantly sweet, nipping sensation at the tip of the
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