citrussy

citrussy

(ˈsɪtrəsɪ)
adj
having or resembling the taste or colour of a citrus fruit
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99, Ocado) is sharp, grassy and citrussy, but I preferred M&S Bordeaux Sauvignon Blanc 2013 (PS8.
Fresh, citrussy smell and with exactly the same cleaning power.
Queens, the scent, designed with plenty of diffusion, places its key ingredient, tuberose, in an unexpected contemporary context, preceding it with citrussy bergamot, come-hither blackberry, and haunting cardamom topnotes.
Light, delicate and citrussy, it won't linger forever, so when the recipient piles it on they won't be tasting it for hours.
He admitted that the new beer was similar to Tomos Watkin's Cwrw Haf in colour but he added, 'in its flavour, the new beer is more pronounced and citrussy.
contemporary drinkers will lap up this wonderful, lively white with plenty of citrussy fruit.
Anything light and citrussy will help you feel more energised and alert,' says Ayres.
The taste is crisp and citrussy with a dry and balanced finish.
This is distilled four times and is delicate and citrussy.
This unoaked dry, fresh, lively and citrussy white from north west Italy has an added touch of pear, apricot and nut.
It's an elegant wine dry, fresh and citrussy with a soft mousse and creamy notes at the finish.
In the baking sun of Oz they have managed to make this one amazingly fresh and citrussy with green orchard flavours.