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mouthfeel

[′mau̇th‚fēl]
(food engineering)
An organoleptic property used to describe the overall texture of a food product.
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The second large category of mouthfeel enhancement products are tannin additives, mainly derived from oak but also sometimes from grapes.
Color, taste, fruity flavor, mouthfeel and overall liking influenced purchase intent.
Hydrocolloids provide structure and "mouthfeel" to meat, baked goods, and dairy products.
His Esprit is 70% pinot noir and 30% chardonnay and this liquid gold is opulent and fresh with peachy fruit flavours, toasty vanilla notes, a powerful mouthfeel and a giant of a finish.
"Great flavor, good mouthfeel, nice aftertaste," summed up Mark Szamatulski.
A fat replacer should match the texture, mouthfeel, and functionality of fat in a food product and should convey a desired flavor profile.
Have a look in independents for the big Yalumba Y Series viognier which shows rich peach/apricot fruit, creamy textured mouthfeel and bountiful alcohol.
They contain no trans fatty acids and offer a satisfying, creamy mouthfeel and neutral taste to products.
Nutrim is a new-generation oat bran with unique hydrocolloidic and hydrophilic characteristics that offer luscious mouthfeel with creaminess and rich texture, bland taste, moisture and satiation.
The solution is TIC Pretested[R] TICAGEL[TM] PG-730, developed by TIC Gums to enhance mouthfeel and provide protein stability in fruit-based and dairy-based beverages.
Vinalba Reservado Cabernet Malbec Merlot 2010, Argentina (PS10, Sainsbury's ): Touches of elegance to the structured plum, raspberry and blackberry fruit, it's brushed with spice and cocoa with a lick of cassis on the velvety smooth mouthfeel. Match with your favourite cut of steak.
The Co-operative Les Pionniers Vintage Champagne 2004 Waitrose Blanc de Blancs Brut NV Champagne, France (PS24.99, Waitrose) is made from 100% chardonnay and has a beautiful, feminine nose with aromas of hazelnuts and brioche, a rich mouthfeel with pure, ripe fruit and a delicious softness.