An attractively arranged bunch of flowers, esp. one presented as a gift or carried at a ceremony
An expression of approval; a compliment
we will happily publish the bouquets
A characteristic scent, esp. that of a wine or perfume
the aperitif has a faint bouquet of almonds
champagnes have a delicacy of bouquet
an arrangement of flowers that is usually given as a present
a pleasingly sweet olfactory property
The use of wine tasting descriptors allow the taster an opportunity to put into words the aromas and flavors that they experience and can be used in assessing the overall quality of wine. ...
A bunch of flowers; The scent of a particular wine
A tasting term for the complex aromas of an aged wine. The term is generally not applied to young wines.
The complex of aromas that develops with age in fine wines; young wines have aroma, not bouquet.
The smell, or "nose," of a fine cigar. Badly stored cigars lose their bouquet.
The collection of smells, usually floral, that a drinker smells before tasting the beer. Sometimes described as the combination of hop character, malt aroma, and fruitiness produced from esters that are formed by the yeast during fermentation.
A wine-buff term for the smell of a wine. Some old-school tasters reserve use of this term for the special aromas that develop with bottle age.
The fragrant impression left after nosing a beverage.
The smell that develops in a wine during its evolution in the bottle. The term is also generally applied to a pleasant smell in any wine.
As a wine's aroma becomes more developed from bottle aging, the aroma is transformed into a bouquet that is hopefully more than just the smell of the grape.
Generic term for a spherical fireworks burst.
Not surprisingly, bouquet is a term used to describe a mixture of floral notes.
The more developed and complex aromas said to be evident in older and mature wines.
complex of aromas, usually from aging.
as opposed to aroma, bouquet is more encompassing. It is the odor which derives from the fermentation process, from the aging in wood and bottle process, and other changes independent of the grape variety used.
The smell that a wine develops after it has been bottled and aged. Most appropriate for mature wines that have developed complex flavors beyond basic young fruit and oak aromas.
Near synonym for "aroma". Term generally restricted to description of odors from poured bottled wines.
Smells that result from a wine's aging process. Bouquet can also describe a wine's overall smell.
Often used interchangeably with the word aroma. Some tasters use the term to specifically refer to the scents of a bottle-aged wine, which includes the complexities beyond the fruit aromas of a young wine.
The total aromatic profile created by the sensations of gases and vapors on the olfactory membranes as a result of the volatile organic compounds present in the fragrance, aroma, nose, and aftertaste of coffee.
The smell or scent that is one of wine's most important characteristics, indicating the taste. It is also associated with the smells that develop with age in the wine bottle, as opposed to 'aroma', the smells associated with the fruit.
the whole of the aromatic characteristics sensed by the nose.
A French term for the aroma of a wine. The bouquet is often the first indicator of a wine's quality during wine tasting. Aromas may include fruit, spice, and other smells associated with a particular grape variety, region, or condition of the wine. ...