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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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Sweet, biscuity malt flavoured balanced by the orange citrus hops, the bitterness increases after drinking to create a Seville orange marmalade flavour at the back of the throat.
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Senior Wine Sourcing Manager, Clive Donaldson, said: "This is a wonderfully biscuity Champagne with citrus and hazelnut notes.
He'll be in the guise of Burnistoun's favourite son Biscuity Boyle.
From biscuity malt flavoured IPAs to fruity bitters and zesty ales, there is sure to be a drink to suit every palate inAldi'sextensive beer and cider range.
Volluto - This irresistibly sweet, biscuity Espresso delivers a full-bodied impact on the palette and marries perfectly with a light milky foam.
It smells sweet (like digestives) but it actually tastes just - well, biscuity. As though you've liberally been dunking but without the need to dunk.
Sainsbury's TASTE THE DIFFERENCE BRUT CHAMPAGNE currently reduced to PS16.50 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.
SAINSBURY'S TASTE THE DIFFERENCE BRUT CHAMPAGNE currently reduced to PS16.50 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.
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.