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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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But now the growing store brands are looking to other differentiators, one of which is new flavors," he says.
Unlike some flavored chocolates we've sampled, these flavored creations are subtle and smooth -- and the flavors don't overpower the wonderful, rich chocolate.
The eight regular and three diet flavors are sweetened using organic evaporated cane juice.
This is allowed to simmer until all the vegetables are tender and the flavors combined.
These compounds--some individually, most in combination--contribute nearly 125 distinct flavors to beer.
There is general agreement that savory flavors are often found in cooked foods, often the result of a reducing sugar (like glucose or maltose) and amino acid subjected to heat and/or acid.
Tourists visit the area because of the picturesque scenery and increasingly to experience the unique qualities of the Appalachian flavors grown on the many small farms comprising the mountain landscape.
Combining multiple types of tea leaves creates infinite personalized teas, and adding other components such as dried fruit, flowers, roots, and herbs can produce vibrant new brews with unique flavor profiles and multiple health benefits.
The flavors are designed to release when the internal temperature of the baked good reaches the melt point of the chosen microcapsule shell.
The process involves the use of a nonsweet carbohydrate bulking agent to prepare a savory flavor granule simulating conventional flavoring, spices and seasonings.
Practically, says John Long, another beverage chemist at Universal Flavors.
Speaking of flavors, perhaps the strongest taste in some brands is the added salt.
In Search of Authentic, Sun-Ripened, True-to-Fruit Flavor, West Coast Flavor Manufacturer Looks to California's Agro Heritage by Analyzing Old Heirloom Fruits to Create a New Line of Flavors
The food bar/meal replacement bar is a perfect example of this - mixing sweet, heat, protein and vegetables with a battery of many different flavors.