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How to use aftertaste in a sentence
My first efforts were on the right track, but the meat had a funky aftertaste.Give in to pandemic cravings, starting with a homemade cheesesteak sandwich | David Hagedorn | December 10, 2020 | Washington Post
One taster “loved the first bite, but not the flavor,” and others were struck by the “really bad aftertaste.”Who makes the best chocolate chip cookie? We tasted 14 top brands and ranked them. | Matt Brooks | December 4, 2020 | Washington Post
PURECANE by AmyrisPure sugary sweetness with no caloriesEven natural non-sugar sweeteners, like stevia, feature a funky aftertaste, and many artificial options are mixed with sugar alcohols that can cause gastrointestinal distress.
You might be especially sensitive to the flavor, or the aftertaste might not be from the artificial sweetener but rather from some other ingredient in the fruit preserves.
Saccharin is 300 to 400 times sweeter than sugar, but in high concentrations it gives products a bitter, metallic aftertaste.The Rise And Fall Of Tab – After Surviving The Sweetener Scares, The Iconic Diet Soda Gets Canned | LGBTQ-Editor | November 29, 2020 | No Straight News
And when you take a sip, it reveals itself to be smooth and warm, with a slight caramel aftertaste.One Percent Shots! Testing Leona, DeLeon’s $825 Bottle of Tequila | Daniel Gross | November 29, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
Yet the return of the dictatorship in the Maldives inevitably adds a sour aftertaste to the film.Intimate Documentary on Maldives’ President Nasheed Coincides With His Ouster | Stephen Farber | March 31, 2012 | THE DAILY BEAST
Belgian ale like Chimay is rich with fruity and peppery notes and sometimes has a bitter aftertaste.
Its poisonous smell and soapy aftertaste should lead to suspicion of this ivory dome; but nobody seems to mind them.The Life of the Fly | J. Henri Fabre
Thus she comforted herself before the aftertaste of Miss von Schwertfeger's late visits was dispelled by new dreams of happiness.The Song of Songs | Hermann Sudermann
Not for her home in the Vicolo: this everlasting love-making with its aftertaste of stale sugar had turned her sick of Padua.Little Novels of Italy | Maurice Henry Hewlett
There was the softness of a bed under him and the bitter aftertaste of Migrainol on his tongue.Police Your Planet | Lester del Rey
He crushed the paper in his hand as though those words contained for him a strange and bitter aftertaste.Les Misrables | Victor Hugo
British Dictionary definitions for aftertaste
a taste that lingers on after eating or drinking
a lingering impression or sensation
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