sour taste

sour taste

a taste quality produced by hydrochloric acid and other acids.
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To finish five-five leaves a bit of a sour taste after such a strong middle part of the round.
Astringency positively correlated with malic acid, total acids and sour taste.
Intense sour taste on the tongue initially, almost eye-watering in the sourness with both the lemon and gooseberries coming through.
Harvest before suitable time gives a sour taste to the fruit and reduces its price in the market.
It makes your eyes roll, but the voiceover's snotty tone ('benefits flat", "benefits buddy" - you expect her to say "benefits breathing" next) and cheap jibes about Mark's alcoholism and Lorna's delusions end up leaving a sour taste.
While the golf and the football lived up to expectations, Paul's experience left a sour taste in the mouth.
It's left kind of a sour taste the last few years for me, simply because I haven't played well," said McDowell.
DOZENS of retired Morrisons supermarket workers in Birmingham have been left with a sour taste in their mouths after the retailer axed subsidised lunches for pensioners.
But that left a sour taste in the group's mouth - and they successfully demanded that the advert be pulled.
Brummie supergroup Duran Duran say the use of their hallmark hit Hungry Like The Wolf has left a sour taste after being used without their consent in a yogurt ad.
It may be accompanied by a sour taste in the back of the throat, known as "waterbrash".
Zlateva, the losing finalist at the Beijing games in 2008, thus qualified for the 2012 Summer Olympics in London and washed off the sour taste of only snagging bronze at the European championships in Dortmund earlier this year.