Soft or tender by reason of ripeness; having a tender pulp; as, a mellow apple.
Not coarse, rough, or harsh; subdued; soft; rich; delicate; -- said of sound, color, flavor, style, etc.
Well matured; softened by years; genial; jovial.
To become mellow; as, ripe fruit soon mellows.
Smooth and soft, not a trace of a harsh element.
Soft, smooth without harshness.
Full, well balanced coffee, implying low or medium acidity. It should have a sweet taste which ranges from mild to delicate.
A smooth flavour, without acidity.
soften, make mellow; "Age and experience mellowed him over the years"
become more relaxed, easygoing, or genial; "With age, he mellowed"
unhurried and relaxed; "an easygoing pace"; "a mellow conversation"
having or suggesting softness and richness in quality; "a mellow sound"; "the mellow air brought in the feel of imminent autumn"- Thomas Hardy; "a mellowing sun"
often a sweet white wine, but sometimes red , rich in sugar and unctuous
Soft, mature - generally with rounded flavours and characteristics
Taster's term for coffee with smooth, well-rounded flavor and low to moderately bright.
Smooth, relaxed, and without fear.
soft, limpid. No rough edges or astringent properties. this charateristic is usally appropriated to wines that have reached maturity.
a widely used term in advertising to depict a light and delicate taste in the cup
This term ideally describes a well-balanced coffee of low to medium acidity.
A term to describe a full, well-balanced coffee. Implies low or medium acidity.
A sweet and mild characteristic of some coffees.
A rounded, smooth taste, characteristically lacking in acidity.
Quality almost unique to red wines and often associated with maturity. Means soft and smooth in the mouth.
Coffee with low acidity and good balance.
Mature with softness, no rough edges, properly aged.
As you might expect coffee that is described as being mellow has a mellow taste
A soft, but well-balanced wine.
Soft, with pleasant low-acidity.
Smooth and soft, with no harshness.
A smooth flavor, without acidity.
sometimes used for reds as a euphemism for sweet.
Characterizes a well-balanced coffee of low to medium acidity.
a soft, smooth, often sweet-edged wine a "jug red" and a well-aged Cabernet-Sauvignon or Zinfandel may all be mellow.
A rounded and smooth taste, but lacking in acidity.
A primary coffee taste sensation created as salts in the coffee combine with sugars to increase the overall sweetness. Characteristic found most often in washed arabica coffees grown at elevations below 4,000 feet, such Kona coffee from Hawaii. Mellow ranges from mild to delicate.
(Espresso) A mild or delicate flavour derived from the presence of high levels of sweet-tasting compounds.
Mature and warm. Associated with good maturation of the whisky.
Softened with proper age.
A well balanced, round, smooth flavor that lacks acidity.
Speaking of which, a soft, well-balanced wine.
A coffee taste designated by an overall sweetness
Full, well-balanced, satisfying coffee. Low or medium acidity.
Well matured as oppposed to raw.
A wine adjective describing a low-acid wine that is smooth and soft, rather rough around the edges. Well-made Merlot tends to be a mellow red wine.
flavor is smooth, rich, full, soft, or melodious; usually a pleasant, fully developed flavor reached after an adequate aging period. In this sense of matured, softened, developed flavor, is often used when writing about cheese or wine. But it could be used perfectly for preserved or canned food, or to describe a particularly rich dish. Mellow is opposite to harsh.
low acidity, smooth.
Used to describe a wine, usually mature, that is soft yet balanced.
Smooth, easy, pleasant.