Examples of taster in a Sentence
The magazine printed a taster of the author's new novel.
Recent Examples of taster from the Web
Up to $60,000 a year Chocolate Taster A dream job for many, chocolate tasters help chocolate-makers analyze the taste and quality of their chocolates.
Warning: Tasters in the Tribune kitchen found this to be very different from the mild sauce offered at Harold's and other Chicago institutions.
Match your meal with four 5-ounce tasters from the IPA Tasting Flight Board.
Order a six-taster flight and sample a large selection of styles from the taps.
And while the brewery continues to develop new beers in various styles, its pale ale remains an important benchmark for new and veteran tasters alike.
Those winners are chosen each year by a posse of tasters who travel from restaurant to restaurant, taking a forkful, spoonful or small bite from sweet and savory dishes that chefs create to enter in the NOWFE's Fleur de Lis culinary competition.
The Kobe beef tartare with hazelnuts and truffles was a velvety mound of finely ground meat that elicited blissful comments and sighs from the tasters at our table.
As Cassie and Zach peruse the menu, a tableside bartender arrives with tequila tasters and the makings for craft cocktails.
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First Known Use of taster
TASTER Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of taster for English Language Learners
: a person who tastes foods or drinks to test their quality
: a small amount or sample of something that you can try to see if you like it
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