Medium body, juicy medium acid, medium plus alcohol gives a slight prickle
on the lips.
base is spongy, with elongate pores, cavities and canals running radially from the spinule towards the basal plate margin.
If I forget, or am ill, I feel that old prickle
in my lip and one comes.
can strike for trainer Peter Beaumont in the Pat De Clermont Handicap Chase at Kelso.
The subdued, rather traditionally composed landscapes are also undeniably romantic, though they provoke less a powerful longing for distant havens than a sort of dry prickle
of backyard environmentalism.
That classic portrayal of passing can rouse a nasty prickle
of suspicion, sympathy and hostility amongst people of color who feel betrayed, or those in the majority who feel tricked.
First you feel a little tickle, And your nose begins to prickle
It adds a savoury edge and touches of tannin that work well with the wine's bright, light raspberry and red cherry fruit and gentle prickle
A HEDGEHOG got himself into a prickle
after falling down a drain in Wrexham.
When Hooper put his eye to the microscope and saw the brown stain, he felt the hairs on the back of his neck prickle
And what visitor to the high country in the fall has not felt his skin prickle
at the eerie sound of a bull elk's mating bugle ricocheting off the ridges?
I enjoyed this fresh, undemanding Fairtrade South African adaptation with all those classic, aromatic peach and red apple flavours but a neat savoury spice texture and lively prickle
of acidity too.