Examples of aftertaste in a Sentence
The wine has a smooth aftertaste.
Recent Examples of aftertaste from the Web
This incredibly silky not-milk is chocolaty and sweet, with a vaguely nutty aftertaste, like a burp after too many bar peanuts.
The sweet leaves a honey and molasses aftertaste and overpowers the meats, while the spicy will bring about a slow burn that will stick on your tongue like Velcro.
Her songs brimmed with internal contradictions, often juggling opposing ideas and impulses that gave her pop songs a bitter aftertaste.
This game will be the nasty aftertaste, at least for a while.
The flavor is similar to a snow pea, but slightly more aromatic with a fresh, sweet, grassy aftertaste.
For MSU star Miles Bridges, splitting last year with the Wolverines left a sour aftertaste.
The beer itself is fairly dry, but the bourbon barrel flavors give the impression of sweetness, with the coffee and chocolate not really coming out until the aftertaste, where a mocha impression lingers.
What accounts for this aftertaste that is equal parts admiration and suspicion?
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AFTERTASTE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of aftertaste for English Language Learners
: a taste that remains after something is eaten or drunk
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