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flavor

(Essence), noun attributes, character, configuration, core, distinctive features, essential meaning, expertise, feature, figure, gist, good point, heart, impression, mannerism, mark, material issues, meaning, mold, nature, particularity, peculiarity, point of character, property, quality, quintessence, redeeming feature, savor, shape, signature, singularity, sole, substance, sum and substance, taste, trait
Associated concepts: the flavor of a holding, the flavor of an argument, the flavor of an issue

flavor

(Taste), noun appreciation, deliciousness, favor, like, palate, salty taste, savor, sense of taste, sharp taste, sour taste, sourness, spicy taste, sweet taste, taste in the mouth
See also: color, complexion, savory
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After the flavoring agent has been steeped in alcohol for several hours, it is placed in a copper pot still with additional spirits and distilled.
Cooperation may be promoted by allowing the child to choose a favorite flavoring agent for the charcoal slurry.
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.
Glucose is used in the personal care/cosmetics industry as a flavoring agent, humectant, and skin-conditioning agent.
Vinegar was sometimes added to spirits for medicinal purposes, but more often than not, it was used as a flavoring agent.
The author uses a few interesting ingredients like hoisin sauce and apricot jam, but she relies too heavily on orange as a flavoring agent.
Vinegar is a wonderful flavoring agent that adds zest and tang to salads and marinades.
The primary flavoring agent, the one used by all producers is the juniper berry.
Natural tasting strawberry flavor didn't exist unless real, ripe strawberries were used as the flavoring agent.
Roland Griffiths, professor of psychiatry and neuroscience at Johns Hopkins University, there is reason to doubt the regulatory claim made by soft drink companies that caffeine is added to beverages specifically as a flavoring agent.
The cleaning substance does just that and is usually a soapy material; the abrasive loosens plaque; the emulsifier helps all the ingredients to mix well; the sweetening agent makes it palatable; and the flavoring agent is strictly for promotion.