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biscuity

(ˈbɪskɪtɪ)
adj
(Cookery) tasting or smelling of biscuit
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biscuity

adj texturekeksartig; colourbeige
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This fizz has the scent of citrus fruits but a biscuity taste and a delicate foam that is perfect for a party.
There is some biscuity sweetness in the aroma, matched with a hint of bitter oranges in the background.
50 from PS18 until January 1, Sainsbury's A NEW fizz that's flowing with positive expectations, own-label supermarket champagnes shouldn't be sniffed at - and these fine bubbles more than deliver with their toasty, biscuity nose, ripe, rounded fruit and energetic finish.
50 from PS18 January 1, Sainsbury's A NEW fizz that's flowing with positive expectations, own-label supermarket champagnes shouldn't be sniffed at - and these fine bubbles more than deliver with their toasty, biscuity nose, ripe, rounded fruit and energetic finish.
Summary: From my hardly strenuous survey, I find that if you're from Uttar Pradesh, this biscuity, sesame brittle is known as gajak , with the 'z' sound.
The palate proves to be a slightly biscuity but punchy apple Champagne flavour with excellent balance.
The Nyetimber, by the way, is quite rich and biscuity, yet with the typical English underlying freshness.
NEW RELEASES THE experts cite vintage as the best value of all the champagnes and if you're fond of a rich, biscuity style with great complexity and finesse, then Bollinger La Grande Annee 2005 (PS67.
Appreciable depth probably comes from the shot of chardonnay in the mix but its attractive biscuity dimension is a reflection of the carefully managed ageing process.
Ghost IPA Sweet almost herbal citrus aroma, with a lovely complex almost biscuity flavour, hints of warm spice, touch of citrus fruitiness, and a sharp hoppy burst.
It has taken time to extract and manage the essences and tinctures, emulsions and blends within the baking process to capture the freshest flavours in these odd little squares of biscuity loveliness.
On the third day of Christmas (French Hens), whip up a feast and uncork a good French wine like a full-bodied Merlot with honeysuckle, narcissus, honeydew melon, white peach and pineapple on the nose, or a refreshing option with hints of peach, lemon sherbet, apple blossom, cream and a biscuity richness.