Covered with grass; abounding with grass; as, a grassy lawn.
Resembling grass; green.
Sauvignon blanc wines seem to remind some tasters of grass.
The pleasant, herbaceous aromas and flavours reminiscent of newly cut grass. Often used to describe the overall character of Sauvignon Blanc. British or European tasters sometimes use the word 'gooseberry' to describe this flavour.
A odor taint giving the coffee beans a distinct herbal character similar to freshly mown alfalfa combined with the astringency of green grass. Created by the prominence of nitrogen compounds in the green beans while the cherries are maturing. Typical taste of unripe beans and of certain freshly harvested coffee batches, corresponding to the beginning of the harvest.
abounding in grass
An aroma, fragrance, or flavor characteristic reminiscent of freshly mown grass; considered an unpleasant attribute.
Refers to a tainted flavor to the coffee. Usually occurs when impure water is used to wash the beans or from improper drying during processing.
Smelling like a freshly mowed lawn, hay or lemon grass. Can either be pleasant or overwhelming.
it is a characteristic aroma of wines that are produced from sauvignon blanc grapes.
Smelling of hay or freshly mown lawn. Found in wines made with the Sauvignon Blanc grape, especially if fom cool climates.
Aldehydic, reminiscent of grass.
Used to describe an odor and/or taste in some coffees that is reminiscent of a freshly mown lawn, with accompanying astringency like that of green grass.
A descriptor for Sauvignon Blanc that can either be pleasant and delicate or overdone.
The smell of grass or new mown hay. Often describes Sauvignon Blanc.
A tainted flavor to the coffee often resluting from impure water used in the washing of the beans or from faulty drying process.
A fresh, lively aroma reminiscent of freshly cut grass, usually considered pleasant unless in excess.
Aromas and flavors of fresh cut grass or fresh herbs.
A term used more for white wines, and as the term might indicate, a subtle taste of grass or greens, and is nice and refreshing
Green and astringent aroma with an accompanying taste like a new-mown lawn, sometimes found in coffees from Malawi and Rwanda.
A coffee that tastes and smells of fresh cut grass.
A fragrance and taste defect that lends the coffee a sense of alfalfa or green grass. Tasting sharp and herbaceous can result from premature harvesting or under roasting.
Walk through your lawn after cutting the grass, and you'll never mistake this aroma, often found in Sauvignon Blanc.
This aroma descriptor includes three terms which are associated with odours reminiscent of a freshly mowed lawn, fresh green grass or herbs, green foliage, green beans or unripe fruit.
Refers to the vegetal, green notes found in certain grape varietals, particularly Sauvignon Blanc.
An aroma or taste of grass or newly mown hay. Usually attributed to Sauvignon Blanc.
An HERBACEOUS flavor that is often characteristic of Sauvignon Blanc. Attractive as part of a whole, but overbearing and negative when too pronounced.
A flavor found most often in early pickings of new crop coffees and caused by immature beans, suggestive of an intense, fresh greenness.
Characteristics reminding the taster of grass or fresh hay; frequently used to describe the flavor and aroma of Sauvignon Blanc.
Usually used in reference to Sauvignon Blanc and very difficult to describe without a glass in hand. Refers to the herbaceous aromas and flavors reminiscent of newly cut spring grasses. English tasters often describe this quality in Sauvignon Blanc as "gooseberry."
An herbaceous green taste usually used found in white wines (see Herbaceous).
A flavor taint from use of swamp water for washing, or from improper drying.
Actual taste and also, tea without physical or chemical wither.
Having the scent of grass, including freshly mown grass and hay. A pleasant signature descriptor for Sauvignon Blanc unless overbearing and pungent.
A signature descriptor for Sauvignon Blanc and a pleasant one unless over bearing and pungent.