Strictly applied refers to the taste of wines made with underripe fruit. More loosely used it refers to some white wines, especially Riesling, possessing the greenish colour tint indicating youth; does not necessarily mean the sour and/or grassy taste of unripe fruit content as well.
When referring to black tea it means the leaf has been underfermented or alternatively it can be leaf plucked from immature bushes and will often , when steeped, result in a raw or light liquor. Can also be caused by poor rolling during making or manufacture.
Tasting of unripe fruit. Typically used to express negative characteristics, but in some cases it can be positive. Wines like Riesling are sometimes expected to have a 'green' characteristic. heady: Used to describe the smell of a wine high in alcohol. herbaceous: The taste and smell of herbs.
A taste taint giving the coffee brew an herbal character due to an incomplete development of the sugar carbon compounds in the roasting process. Results from insufficient heat during too short a period. A taste associated with that of a raw fresh vegetable leaf, often found in early new-crop coffees.
the state the coffee is in before it is roasted. To the roaster it is more than a simple green colour that he will check for since depending on the origin of the coffee the shade may very from a light blue green to a dark green. Coffee in this state prior to roasting can last for a long time providing elements such as humidity or smells do not alter its quality
Immature or inexperienced. Young horses, such as two-year-olds may be referred to as being green. As well, a horse of any age which does not have much racing experience, may be referred to as having raced greenly. This generally means the horse in question does a few things wrong when racing.
Green wines are wines made from underripe grapes; they lack richness and generosity as well as having a vegetal character. Green wines are infrequently made in the Rhone, although vintages such as 1977 were characterized by a lack of ripening.
Tasting of unripened fruit. Wines made from unripe grapes will often possess this quality. Also used by some tasters to refer to a vegetal or bell pepper streak in the wine. While some of this quality can provide a pleasant complexity in some wines, it is generally considered a fault, induced by either harvesting too early, or the vineyard source itself.
Tasting of unripe fruit. Wines made from less ripe grapes will often possess this quality. Pleasant in lower concentrations when balanced with other flavours. Often associated with Riesling and Gewürztraminer.
(aka: "putting green", "putting surface", "dance floor") the most closely mown and smooth area on the course. Specifically prepared for putting and on which the hole is placed/cut. Example: "Once you're on the green it is within the rules to mark, lift, clean and replace your ball."
is the general term for the odors of grass, leaves, stems and so on. Green fragrances exist in many different nuances. They are widely used in perfumery for the purpose of giving special accents to top-notes.
Green is one of the additive primary colors, the complement of magenta. Many artists, however, continue to use a traditional color theory in which the complement of green is considered to be red. Green light has a wavelength of roughly 520-570 nm. See Also: Additive Color Process, Primary Colors, RGB Color Model
Green are a power pop band from Chicago created by songwriter/singer Jeff Lescher. Sprung from the mid-80's mod-revival movement in Chicago that was ignited mostly by the efforts of Lescher and his band along with the promotional work of Sue Miller, owner of Chicago's indie rock venue Lounge Ax. In 1990, Green released an EP called R.E.M., this is after the band R.E.M. released an album called Green.
embracing the ten key values of ecological wisdom, social justice, nonviolence, biocracy, decentralization, community-based economics, feminism/cooperation, respect for diversity, commitment to personal and global responsibility, and decision-making based on concern for the well being of the Seventh Generation.
Line A no-man's-land created in Beirut during the 1975 Civil War by the forward lines of advance of the contending forces. The vegetation that grew in this abandoned area gave rise to the name Green Line. In 1987 it still separated Christian East Beirut from Muslim West Beirut.
Green, an Eclipse plugin, is an advanced yet simple UML class-diagram tool, developed primarily for student use. It does live round-tripping, so it's easy to move between diagram and code views. It's extensible: users can define their own relationships