extremely pleasing to the senses, especially of taste or smell
"Much as I love apples... it is their curvaceous cousin the pear voluptuously shaped, scented and floral, dripping with ambrosial juices that seems most completely to encapsulate the idea of fruity temptation." Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, The Guardian, October 26, 2012
About the Word:
Ambrosia comes from the Greek word for "immortality"; ambrosia was the food of the Greek and Roman gods (nectar was their drink).