Examples of aftertaste in a Sentence
The wine has a smooth aftertaste.
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But current alternatives such as stevia and monkfruit can have a bitter aftertaste.
Clark pours a healthy portion of the concoction into my shell and dresses it with a pineapple slice meant to help with the bitter aftertaste.
The malt flavor lingered pleasantly in the aftertaste.
Sure, the plant is rich in Vitamin K, but its fibrous stalks, bitter tasting leaves, and unique aftertaste are undesirable to the palate.
But the aftertaste, as any sane person might expect, was a hot, unenjoyable, raw-onion burn, accompanied by an unpleasant heightened awareness of one’s sinuses.
The beer drinks sweet with a dry, roasted, lingering aftertaste.
Don't raise a glass just yet; that champagne's going to have a bad aftertaste.
There was a chemical aftertaste, which reminded me that my meat was probably cooked weeks ago, then reheated in an industrial microwave of some sort, and left to sit for hours until some sucker (me) ordered it.
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