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Synonyms for flavor

a distinctive property of a substance affecting the gustatory sense

a distinctive yet intangible quality deemed typical of a given thing

a substance that imparts taste

to impart flavor to


Synonyms for flavor

the general atmosphere of a place or situation and the effect that it has on people

the taste experience when a savoury condiment is taken into the mouth

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A wide array of natural flavoring agents can be used in gin including dried lemon and orange peel, cardamom, almonds, carraway seeds, angelica root, coriander, cassia bark, licorice and fennel.
Jeff Nichols, Beck Flavors, looked at "Other Ways To Flavor", exploring alternative flavoring agents for soluble and ground coffees, application and packaging and best situations for use.
After the initial distillation, the resulting alcohol is then re-distilled along with the various flavoring agents.
Diet Pepsi mainly comprise aspartame as a flavoring agent and is approved by the U.
A third important reason for the intake of coffee, itself, is a flavoring agent.
As a flavoring agent, it can improve palability of some tasteless or less tasteful foods.
Bourbonal, made of glyoxalic acid, is widely used as a flavoring agent and fixative of cosmetics.
The principal advantage of this process is that it is a rapid method for flavoring small quantities of tea although a certain amount of the flavoring agent is lost by volatilization into the atmosphere.
Both are a food grade repellents made of Methyl Anthranilate, a synthetic grape flavoring agent in food and beverages; perfume and fruit essence formulations; oxidation inhibitor and sunscreening agent for cosmetics, soaps, alcohols, fatty acids, paraffin, and protective coatings for picked fruits and vegetables.
Widely consumed for centuries by people throughout India and Southeast Asia as a flavoring agent and an aid to make meals more "filling," it is listed on the U.
The mouth watering flavoring agent Spilanthes would create the "ever-lasting gobstopper of salivation.
With the highly attractive formula, which contains muscalure and a flavoring agent, flies can't resist QuickBayt Spot Spray, but non-target organisms, such as animals, children, and pets, will avoid QuickBayt Spot Spray due to its bittering agent.
The report"Functional Non-Meat Ingredients Market by Ingredient (Binders, Extenders & Fillers, Coloring Agents, Flavoring Agents, Salts & Preservatives), Meat Type (Beef, Pork, Mutton, Poultry), Product (Fresh Processed, Raw-Cooked, Pre-Cooked, Raw-Fermented Sausages, Cured & Dried), & by Region - Forecast to 2020", published by MarketsandMarkets, The Functional Non-Meat Ingredients Market is projected to reach USD 35,276.
E-cigarettes deliver a nicotine-containing aerosol popularly called "vapor" to users by heating a solution commonly consisting of glycerin, nicotine and flavoring agents.
Shipments of oral pharmaceuticals are forecast to rise at a faster pace than in the 2008-2013 period, supporting accelerated gains in demand for fillers, binders, coatings, flavoring agents, capsules, and disintegrants.