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Burnt sugar; a concentrated solution of the substance obtained by heating sugar with an alkali; a thick, dark brown liquid used as a coloring and flavoring agent in pharmaceutical preparations and foods.
[Sp., fr. L.L. calamellus, fr. L. calamus, reed]
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Looking at the radial graph for the flavor profile of the Costa Rican Tarrazu, we again find a higher impact of Caramelly notes than expected as well as a strong reading of Chocolatey and Earthy characters.
To join, participants must simply collect five empty sachets of any Great Taste White variant (Smooth and Creamy, Smooth and Creamy Sugarfree, Smooth and Caramelly, and Smooth and Chocolatey) or one empty BigSAVE Pack.
Luckily (if you live with a Directioner) it's inoffensive, with big floral, jasmine-y notes and wild berries that make it smell almost caramelly.
Lager can be pale enough in a glass to read stocks and shares through - should you be so brave - or dark, caramelly and mysterious, should you be so adventurous.
Each of the flavor notes describes an aspect of roasted coffee's flavor: Chocolatey, Floral, Grassy, Winey, Sour, Turpeny, Herby, Peanutty, Salt, Sweet, Caramelly, Earthy, Fruity, Nutty and Spicy.
The mangoes will let out a lot of liquid so cook for 10-15 minutes, stirring frequently, until the liquid has evaporated and the sauce is thick and caramelly.
His Pliny the Elder, a potently hoppy beer that balances its bitterness with plenty of caramelly malt and 8 percent alcohol content, stands as a model for other would-be brewers of double IPAs, while back down south, San Diego's Stone Brewing treads the line between single and double IPA with their Ruination IPA, one of several "extreme beers" produced there.
The caramelly Midnight Cowboy and Pink Flamingo get my rubber stamp and as always with this glitzy brand, you'll be happy to note there's a healthy dose of pretty glitter in the mix.
It's full of chocolate flavour and is caramelly too.
The dark caramelly glaze is great for brunettes or anyone who prefers a subtle sheen.