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Pertaining to, or containing, aroma; fragrant; spicy; strong-scented; odoriferous; as, aromatic balsam.
A plant, drug, or medicine, characterized by a fragrant smell, and usually by a warm, pungent taste, as ginger, cinnamon, spices.
Simply a nice smelling wine, usually a complicated smell.
In general, an aroma of spicy character, like rosemary or lavender. As an adjective, it means "fragrant."
The property of having fragrance/smell.
An herb or substance that has a mildly stimulating fragrant or pleasing smell.
A pleasant smelling and tasting herb that stimulates the gastro-intestinal system, and improves the taste of medicines and foods: lavender, peppermint, angelica, cinnamon, dill, citrus peel.
Having an odor, fragrant or otherwise; bearing volatile essential oils.
Taste which stimulates the gastrointestinal tract.
Descriptive term for wines with an expressive flowery, spicy, or fruity aroma.
A food substance added to a preparation used enhance the aroma and/or taste. Herbs and spices are placed into this category as are some vegetables such as onion, garlic, or leeks.
has a distinctive smell
A volatile substance, usually, with a strong aroma.
having a strong distinctive fragrance; "the pine woods were more redolent"- Jean Stafford
Having scent, flavor or taste
oils of aromatic herbs will penetrate into muscles, increasing circulation.
fruity and/or floral notes, usually in young wines
Strong, pleasant fragrance that can stimulate digestion through both carminative activity and smell Anise, Cloves
Herbs that have a strong and often pleasant odor and can stimulate the digestive juices. Angelica, Celery, Chamomile, Cloves, Fennel, Ginger, Valerian.
substance with an aroma or smell
A vegetable, herb, or spice that gives food a lively fragrance and flavor. In classic cooking, a reference to "aromatics" most often means onions, carrot and celery.
Herbs that have a strong odour and stimulate the digestive system.
1. a Fragrant 2. an aromatic substance, plant, drug or chemical compound.
Having a highly evocative aroma; often used to denote a floral or spiced quality.
Having a strong fragrance or odor.
a pungent agent often having an agreeable odor; acts to stimulate the appetite and gastric secretion based on the action of the volatile oil or other aromatic principle; aromatics are used to relieve flatulence, open nasal passages, improve palatability of medicines or give a psychological boost
Coffee with intensive pleasant fragrance (for example Hawaii, Colombia, Jamaica, Sumatra).
A term for wines with pronounced aroma, particularly those redolent of herbs or spices.
has become an obsolete term in perfumery. In former times, it was used to describe the fragrance impression of sweet balsam.
a spice, herb or vegetable that is used to flavour a dish.
A stimulant, spicy, anti-griping.
Fragrant, pungent, spicy to smell or taste.
Has fragrant smell; agreeable pungent taste.
Fragrantly scented, at least when broken or crushed.
Having a strong (and often pleasant) oil based aroma
Having a distinctly spicy or herbal aroma.
Has a smell or aroma.
Descriptive term for wines of a markedly flowery, spicy or grapey character
A substance with a strong aroma or smell.
a substance with a strong, volatile, fragrant aroma; often with stimulant properties.
Some grape varieties such as Gewurztraminer have a distinctive spicy character in their bouquet.
emits a fragrant odor.
a stimulant, or very spicy
referring to herbs with strong odors.
Chemical with a spicy fragrance and stimulant
Term used to describe wines with intense flowery, spicy or grapey smells. Wines such as Gewurtraminer, Sauvignon Blanc and Riesling fall under this heading.
Having a pronounced and specific impact on the olfactory sense. Herbal, floral, or spicy are some descriptors for aromatic wines.
A substance which has an oder or scent. Usually used when describing something pleasant. ie; The aromatic scent of pure lavender fills the air.
The term in perfumery refers to the rich aroma and odor of fragrances, scents and perfumes.
Affects digestive system and nutrition due to its ability to stimulate the appetite and gastric secretion based on the action of the volatile oil or other aromatic principle. Aromatics are also used to relieve flatulence, open nasal passages, improve palatability of medicines or give a psychological boost. to top of page
Agents which emit a fragrant smell and produce a pungent taste. Used chiefly to make other medicines more palatable.
A descriptor for a wine whose odor smells of the grapes from which it was made. The scent is constant.
Aromatic, in perfumery, refers to the rich scents of Balsamic notes.