The amount of sugar that remains in the wine after fermentation has ceased governs how sweet it will taste. Even dry wines have some sugar. In a good wine the sugar is balanced by the right degree of acidity.
A basic taste characterized by solutions of sugars (sucrose and glucose), alcohols, glycols, and some amino acids. perceived primarily by the tip of the tongue. A trade term to describe coffee free from harshness of Rio flavor or any form of damage.
1. (a) indicates a high level of sweetness in cider or perry, based on the amount of sugar or other sweetener present in it. Sweet cider or perry has a high amount of sweetness compared to medium or dry. Many sweet ciders are produced by adding artificial sweetener to dry ciders (see dry). 2. (a or n) a type of apple relatively low in both acidity and tannin - will taste sweet with little sharpness or astrigency (bitterness). Many eating apples fit this profile.
a basic taste sensation dependent mainly upon grape sugars, but also one resulting from alcohol, new oak and to a degree glycerin,. A sweet, as opposed to a dry wine is one which retains some sugar after fermentation has ended.
Usually used to describe the general sweetness of the fruit itself, or the varying degrees of sweetness that is tasted in a wine. Ironically, the term is more frequently used in describing DRY wines, than it is for describing DESSERT or LATE HARVEST wines. This is because sweetness is an accepted fact in a dessert wine.
Usually indicates the presence of residual sugar, retained when grape sugar is not completely converted to alcohol. Even dry wines, however, may have an aroma of sweetness, the combination of intense fruit or ripeness. It is considered a flaw if not properly balanced with acidity.
Can be used to describe a fragrance that has richness and ambrosial characteristics associated with sweet taste. When smelling the evaluator (person smelling) should learn differentiate between a vanilla type sweetness, a floral sweetness or a fruity sweetness.
The sweetness of a fragrance can be described in several ways â€“ it can be used to refer to a vanilla sweetness, a floral sweetness, or a fruity sweetness. Whichever one is used, it refers to a rich, sweet taste.
Sweet (2000 film), is a film short directed by James Pilkington featuring an early collaboration of the Mighty Boosh couple Julian Barrett and Noel Fielding. It features in the extras of The Mighty Boosh - Season 2 DVD. It also features the actress Suzy Bloom.
Not strident or piercing. Flat high-frequency response, low distortion. Lack of peaks in the response. Highs extend to 15 or 20 kHz, but they are not bumped up. Often used when referring to cymbals, percussion, strings, and sibilant sounds.
Sweet is an API that enables Java's SWT GUI library to support GUI builders. Similaraly, it provides a consistent interface for custom control authors to create SWT controls that will work across all GUI builders that use the Sweet API.