resiny


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resiny

(ˈrɛzɪnɪ)
adj
resembling, containing, or covered with resin
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Adj.1.resiny - having the characteristics of pitch or tar
adhesive - tending to adhere
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Napa Valley; $32) Crisp and steely but complex at the same time, with honeyed stone fruit, Meyer lemon, and tropical notes balanced by resiny herbs and limestone on the finish.
And these are great aromatic hops, piney, resiny, citrusy and lovely.
A few branches from our thuya provide the requisite resiny aroma, and we'll raid our huge bay tree started years ago from a cutting but now 20ft tall - it's a far cry from those neat topiary jobs you see flanking the doors of posh houses.
A few branches from our thuya will provide the requisite resiny aroma, and we'll raid our huge bay tree started years ago from a cutting but now 20ft tall - it's a far cry from those neat topiary jobs you see flanking the doors of posh houses.
Hops come forward with this beer, hitting the palate with that resiny pine bitterness and hints of grapefruit.
For many visitors, the rich, resiny smell inside this dense forest inevitably evoked memories of Christmases past.
Everywhere, limber palms, broad-armed shrubs, firs that dropped resiny cones, blue wildflowers that looked like they'd come from the mountains.
All fodder for a zealous psychologist, I'd imagine, because I realised that the absence of that resiny smell was nothing less than a metaphor for the end of my childhood.
The resiny native shrubs are just as thick here as they were on the burn site, and a century of grazing has spurred the growth of a good amount of brome.
1 percent alcohol by volume) sports a honey-colored head, a silky texture, robust flavors of cocoa and mocha, and undertones of resiny hops.
In fact, I didn't - there was nothing technically wrong but its powerful, resiny taste wasn't for me.