Full of, or containing, cream; resembling cream, in nature, appearance, or taste; creamlike; unctuous.
Used to describe both the taste and sometimes the texture of certain cheeses.
Wines that have undergone Malolactic Fermentation can have a rich, smooth feel that is referred to as "creamy".
A texture that is reminiscent of cream. (See also Body.)
Possessing the mouthfeel of, say, half & half.
Yielding texture and rich taste.
A rich, smooth texture (often a quality of fine chardonnay or champagne).
A sense of both the richness and oiliness of cream; strictly textural.
Wines that have the soft, tactile impression of cream are often described as creamy. It's also usually the adjective used to express a Champagne's frothy bubbles.
It describes the taste sensation of champagne or the vanilla smell that new oak imparts to wine.
Refers not to the taste, but the texture of champagne; or the smell of vanilla imparted by new oak.
Moderately high level of oily material suspended in the coffee beverage. The result of pronounced amounts of fats present in the beans.
Refers to a sensation felt on the palate. Usually refers to the fuller mouthfeel of wines that have been through malolactic fermentation.
Refers to the silky taste of wines, usually white, subjected to malolactic fermentation as opposed to the tart or crisp taste of the same wine lacking the treatment.
The almost silk-like texture some wines have in the mouth. Creamy is in contrast to crisp.
The feeling of cream in the mouth, a texture
A textural description used to describe a mouth feel, most often in discussing bubbly wines.
(1) A descriptive term for cheese texture or taste. Creamy texture is soft, spreadable and, in some cases, runny. Creamy flavors are characterized as rich and are associated with cream-enriched cheeses, such as double or triple creams. (2) May also refer to color.
Refers to "silk-like" taste component of wines subjected to malolactic fermentation as opposed to the "tart/crisp" taste component of the same wine lacking the treatment. Almost a synonym for "buttery". Opposite of "crisp".
A silky, buttery feel and texture in wine.