flavoured, past participle; flavoring, present participle; flavoured, past tense; flavours, 3rd person singular present; flavored, past participle; flavors, 3rd person singular present; flavored, past tense; flavouring, present participle;
Alter or enhance the taste of (food or drink) by adding a particular ingredient
they use a wide range of spices to flavor their foods
chunks of chicken flavored with herbs
Give a distinctive quality to
the faint exasperation that had flavored her tone
(flavour) season: lend flavor to; "Season the chicken breast after roasting it"
(flavour) spirit: the general atmosphere of a place or situation and the effect that it has on people; "the feel of the city excited him"; "a clergyman improved the tone of the meeting"; "it had the smell of treason"
(flavour) flavor: (physics) the six kinds of quarks
(flavour) relish: the taste experience when a savoury condiment is taken into the mouth
(flavourful) flavorful: full of flavor
Flavor or flavour (see spelling differences) is the sensory impression of a food or other substance, and is determined mainly by the chemical senses of taste and smell. ...
(Flavour (physics)) In particle physics, flavour or flavor is a quantum number of elementary particles. In quantum chromodynamics, flavour is a global symmetry. ...
Flavours is an album released in 1974 by the Canadian rock band The Guess Who.
(flavour) The quality produced by the sensation of taste; A substance used to produce a taste. Flavouring; A variety of tastes attributed to an object; The characteristic quality of something; A kind or type; In physics, a term used to name the six types of quarks (top, bottom, strange, charmed ...
(flavour) Name used to indicate different types of quarks ("strong" flavour: up, down, strange, charm, bottom, top) and leptons ("weak" flavour : electron, muon, tau, neutrinoe, neutrinomu, neutrinotau). In other words the flavour is a quantum number which distinguishes different quarks and leptons.
(FLAVOUR) ranges from mild to rich and is the most subjective of coffee characteristics.
(FLAVOUR) A very hard quality to describe due to personal tastes. Coffee will take on flavour characteristics of the soil in which it was grown. It can hint at fruits, spices and other plants grown in the same region. This is what makes one variety different from another.
(Flavour) Tastiness, intensity of yumminess
(Flavour) The overall impression of Acidity, Aroma and Body. The only way to asses flavour is to taste it.
(Flavour) The sweet, sour, bitter or salty tastes in the coffee and its aroma
(Flavour) Very characteristic taste and aroma of fine teas, usually associated with high grown teas.
(Flavour) We commonly use the following terms to relate the flavours found in our coffees: chocolate, citrus, blueberry, fruity, earthy, brown sugar and walnut, among many others. ...
(Flavour) a bit of an ambiguous term used to describe the coffee since acidity; body and aroma all contribute to the final flavour or taste.
(Flavour) a term which covers not only the palate sensation but also the olfactory sense when the wine is in the mouth and swished.
(flavour) sabor; gusto; condimentar; sazonar
Cheese that has particulates or flavouring added. Examples are Havarti, Monterey Jack, Feta, Cheddar and Cream Cheese.