uncharred

uncharred

(ʌnˈtʃɑːd)
adj
not charred; free from charring
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The Cdigo 1530 Rosa Tequila begins with the purity of Blanco, then is rested for 1 month in uncharred Napa Cabernet French White Oak barrels.
1 Charred and uncharred several epidermal cells 9 Table 3: Average Modal Analytical Results Mineral content (%) S/No Depth in Vessel Kaolinite Quartz Feldspar Mica Heavy cm samples/ Mineral 1.
Add roasted garlic cloves, charred garlic head, uncharred garlic heads, and water.
With the information available at this moment, our best explanation to this observation is the presence of an uncharred cellulose-containing core (Knicker et al.
Uncharred pieces of the gourd are sometimes recovered from dry contexts with good preservation.
7 plato) ale, dry hopped with Cascade (38 IBU) and aged in new uncharred American whiskey barrels," Mr.
These findings proved that the uncharred wood underneath the burnt bark was virtually unaffected when processed from timber that was exposed to various levels of bark charring in a forest fire.
I had heard that the Old Kentucky Home, the fictional "Dixieland," had burned down, but found it entirely uncharred, even evocative.
Whiskey distilled from 80 percent corn and aged in uncharred oak barrels or reused charred oak is straight corn whiskey.
discredited notion than an uncharred forest is both healthy and safe, or