The word—rich, expensive, full-bodied—represents more than just a flavor in Colombia.
Here are some more of these full-bodied writings and sayings that only this vigorous appreciator could bring us for so many years.
Challenge your senses with the smelliest washed-rind cheese, Epoisses, and a full-bodied red wine like Gevrey Chambertin.
Abrahams' thrillers are populated with full-bodied characters, but they don't demand repeat visits.
The (very wealthy) de la Renta women wore bold colors, flared sleeves, full-bodied skirts and trousers.
Like a full-bodied but tight-bodiced dowager, she devoutly hopes she will not have to grow any fatter.
She was full-bodied and soft, but well-shaped in spite of a trace of plumpness.
All the way down Berkeley Square the bishop was in full-bodied struggle with himself.
The Hilary voices were all thin, not rich and full-bodied, like Rosalind's.
It's not the season for a Burgundy or even a full-bodied claret.