citrussy

citrussy

(ˈsɪtrəsɪ)
adj
having or resembling the taste or colour of a citrus fruit
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My wife has a terrific recipe, using the most aromatic of teas, Earl Grey, and its rich, citrussy flavour adds a lovely back-note to the cake, along with all that sweet, scented marzipan and luscious fruits.
Italian whites can be oh-so so-so but Abruzzo's pecorino, passerina and trebbiano were fresh, zingy, often tropical, often citrussy, sometimes complex.
Galangal has a sharper, more citrussy flavour than ginger, which will really transform Thai dishes made at home.
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BRIGHT and citrussy with a herbal finish, the team behind Pickering's Gin (PS27.
Fresh, citrussy smell and with exactly the same cleaning power.
RECIPE THE From The ubiquitous pinot grigio can be dull and flat, but from the cool area of the north the wine has vibrancy and fruit with floral aromas and fresh citrussy notes, making it a great partner for smoked salmon and seafood.
contemporary drinkers will lap up this wonderful, lively white with plenty of citrussy fruit.
50)--Made from Vernaccia grapes, this Italian white is dry, citrussy and refreshing.
The taste is crisp and citrussy with a dry and balanced finish.
A dusting of parsley and a sprinkle of tart, citrussy sumac powder, and there we have it.
Bishop Nick from Essex took silver for Ridley's Rite, a pale ale with a "floral aroma and satisfying bitterness", while Welsh brewery Tiny Rebel won bronze for Cwtch, a "red ale with a blend of six caramelly malts and three citrussy American hops".