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Good tartness and good balance, the tartness from the wood works well with the malt sweetness," added Gregg Glaser.
Harvest when it's still on the firm side for more tartness, or let it turn slightly soft for an almost honeylike flavor.
The patent relates to acidified whey proteins with desirable organoleptic and functional characteristics, including significantly improved flavour, odour, tartness and sweetness compared to conventionally processed acidified whey protein, all whilst providing a required amount of whey protein.
The creamy topping on FLORIBBEAN FLO'S Key lime pie was a nice contrast to the tartness of its filling.
Jean recalled how she came up with the winner, stewing her apples beforehand and adding lemon juice to preserve their colour and tartness.
Inspired by the tartness and brightness of a fresh green apple, the brew has a fresh apple flavor with notes of sweet honeydew melon and kiwi that balance the apple tartness.
Maple Apple Cider: This herbal tea combines the sweetness of maple with the tartness of apple for a lively, delicious cup.
Rich, slow-melting dark chocolate and the sweet tartness of raspberry filling.
From getting the tartness of the orange juice that goes into a Screwdriver right to not overdoing the dashes of Angostura Aromatic Bitters that give a drink just the right bite, it's a delicate balancing act.
Wine critics typically rate wines on a 100-point quality scale covering a range of characteristics, including tartness, sweetness and fruitiness, and how a wine reflects the characteristics of its grape.
It was soft and moist, bursting with sweet flavour which was counterbalanced by the slight tartness of the marmalade mascarpone.
There is tartness from the raspberry fruit on the palate with a decent notch of acidity.