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aftertaste

 [af´ter-tāst″]
sensation of taste continuing after the stimulus has ceased.

af·ter·taste

(af'ter-tāst),
Subjective persistence of a gustatory sensation after contact with the taste stimulus has ceased.

af·ter·taste

, after-taste (af'tĕr-tāst)
Subjective persistence of a gustatory stimulus after contact with the stimulating substance has ceased.

af·ter·taste

, after-taste (af'tĕr-tāst)
Sub-jective persistence of a gustatory sensation after contact with the taste stimulus has ceased.
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Sensory attributes such as taste, texture, after-taste and mouth feel are important sensory attributes that determine products acceptability especially by an infant.
However, the major challenge with formulating new products with stevia has been its unique after-taste.
It tastes of coriander, with floral notes and quite a long after-taste.
Chennai, June 13 -- As Sri Lanka's experience with the current Proportional Representations (PR) elections leaves a bitter after-taste; it is seriously considering going back to its first past the post system of elections.
In the sweetener industry, taste is key to consumer acceptance, which is why it comes as no surprise to see respondents indicate that their top concern about Stevia is the after-taste issue, and improving Stevia's taste profile.
What gave Last.fm's decision a nasty after-taste was the fact that if you lived in the US, Canada, the UK or Germany, you would not have to pay and could continue to use the service for free.
Robust and fulfilling in style with abundant rich fruits, Crozes Hermitage Vieilles Vignes 2005 has balanced tannins and acidity with plenty of spicy warmth on the after-taste. The perfect winter wine.
When you banish mouth odor with Code Blue's Advanced Formulation Mouth Spray you'll also get to enjoy the fresh after-taste of ripe apples.
It has an initially bitter after-taste but it mellows into a lovely sweetness.
Products fortified with these omega-3s are, however, often perceived by consumers as having a "fishy" flavour and an unpleasant after-taste. Fish that are naturally rich in DHA (docosahexaenoic acid), a long chain omega-3, include oily species such as salmon, tuna, sardines and mackerel.
Since coaches Rafa Benitez and Jose Mourinho came to England, Liverpool and Chelsea have played often - and, not infrequently, their meetings have left a bitter after-taste with one or the other.
It has a vinegary after-taste, so not my favourite.