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  1. A spice is a dried seed also considered as vegetative substance that comprises of high nutritional values in significant quantities.
  2. Spice is a programming language, similar to Common Lisp but with an ALGOL -like syntax, that is designed in part to make XML processing fast and simple.
  3. SPICE is a model for gene expression in eukaryotic cells to detect viral infection. (Web site)
  4. Spice Is Nice Certain wines naturally have spicy or peppery flavors. (Web site)
  5. Spice was always my favorite Nitro Girl.


  1. Each grape variety adds its own personality: Grenache Blanc brings notes of apricot and melons; and Roussanne adds flavors of pears, figs, honey and spice.


  1. Santa Ana, Merlot 2003 Argentina $27.50 Aromas of blackberries and ripe red fruits with overtones of spice.
  2. The Grenache produces wines that, in their youth, are fruity, full in flavor, and have overtones of spice. (Web site)
  3. Typical taste in varietal wine: aromas and flavors of wild black fruit (such as blackcurrant), with overtones of black pepper spice and roasting meat. (Web site)


  1. A touch of spice, pepper and floral lavender round out the complex and redolent nose of this wine.
  2. This wine has lovely red fruit and licquorice, balanced by a touch of sweet spice and herbs.
  3. A fresh and fruity rose wine with a strawberry, melon and a touch of spice on the nose.


  1. This wine has a bit more spice than last month's selection and offers up just a bit more earthiness in the mid palate.
  2. The tangy flavor of Chukkakora offsets the earthiness of the dal with green chillis providing the spice to balance out the flavors.
  3. Typical flavors of Grenache are jam, spice, dried fruit, earthiness and some pepper, depending on where it's grown.

Red Cherry

  1. Many wines show Carneros typicity: red cherry, strawberry and spice with light to moderate weight and zippy acidity.
  2. A full bodied Cabernet Sauvignon with plums, red cherry and spice aromas. (Web site)

Vanilla Aromas

  1. Blueberry and vanilla aromas are followed by a mouthful of blueberry, vanilla and spice that ease into a woodsy, slightly earthy finish.
  2. An easy berry character with baking spice and vanilla aromas and flavors; restrained fruit and slightly grainy tannins on the finish. (Web site)


  1. The nose has typical Chianti reductive notes of sweet cherry, plum and spice blended with a hint of earth, tobacco and anise.
  2. Its deep purple color is accompanied by a gorgeous bouquet of cedar, spice box, black fruits, smoke, and earth. (Web site)
  3. This third vintage of 100% estate fruit is another great example of Sculpterra's unique balance of fruit, oak, spice, earth, mouthfeel and acidity.


  1. The wine was earthy with a nose of Anise and spice.
  2. Nose – earthy, Bing cherry, spice, light, plum, dry black cherry; and an aroma that can resemble wilted roses. (Web site)
  3. Dornfelder -Rheinpfalz reds of some character, earthy and showing a bit of spice.

Red Currant

  1. Aromas of red currant and gardenia with flavors of black cherry, leather and spice.
  2. Flavors of black cherry, red currant, cranberry, chocolate, spice and vanilla.
  3. First, there is a waft of smoked ham, and that gives way quickly to strawberries, dried cherries, red currant preserves and sweet spice.

Red Currants

  1. Cabernet Sauvignon This superstar varietal offers a complex flavor and bouquet of red currants, wild berries and spice. (Web site)


  1. Other aromas associated with Nebbiolo include dried fruit, damsons, leather, licorice, mulberries, spice as well dried and fresh herbs. (Web site)
  2. The seeds of the pods are dried and used as a spice.
  3. Black pepper (Piper nigrum) is a flowering vine in the family Piperaceae, cultivated for its fruit, which is usually dried and used as a spice and seasoning. (Web site)


  1. Amchur is an Indian spice made from the flesh of dried green mangos. (Web site)


  1. A distinctive wine with a fragrant floral bouquet and flavours of peach, apricot, pear and spice.
  2. A light musky aroma with hints of spice, apple, pear, almond, and melon with a high (although balanced) acidity and minerally. (Web site)
  3. These two grapes have a herbal note to their flavours whereas Marsanne is more nutty, with hints of spice and pear.

Citrus Notes

  1. It can yield a pleasant enough wine, with subtle melon, peach, spice and citrus notes.


  1. The main red varietal of France's Loire Valley, it produces light- to medium-bodied wines with earthy black fruit flavors, and hints of cinnamon spice.
  2. Cinnamon spice, bay leaf, cocoa and white chocolate add depth and complexity.
  3. Silky cherry and strawberry fruits lead to nuances of cinnamon spice, and sandalwood. (Web site)

Whole Cloves

  1. Cloves Cloves are another commonly used spice but only whole cloves should be used for chai. (Web site)
  2. Examples of this type of spice are whole cloves, cardamom pods, cinnamon sticks and bay leaves.


  1. This wine exhibits rich, deep color, and hints of mint, spice and cassis.
  2. When made with care, they are bold, rich and complex and taste of ripe figs and peach, honey and butter, hazelnuts and spice.
  3. A dry red wine, rich, ripe and lush, with a pretty creaminess and loads of plum, berry, spice and red currant flavors.

Ripe Cherry

  1. Rich, ripe cherry and blueberry flavors mingle with cedar, spice and classic, firm Oakville tannins.
  2. It's dry, medium-bodied with ripe cherry and strawberry flavours, spice and velvety tannins. (Web site)

Dried Apricot

  1. Flavour: Dried apricot, vanilla, almond, spice, smoke.
  2. Hailing from the Valais, this is a late-harvest white wine that tastes of dried apricot, fig and spice.
  3. Clean and pure, with tropical, lemon, spice, melon and dried apricot, and a fresh midpalate and finish.


  1. Hazelnut, licorice and spice are some of the flavors that can develop as these wines age.
  2. The heat lingers, but the spice remains pleasantly tempered with flavours reminiscent of jasmine, hazelnut, ginger and cardamom.
  3. California White is a remarkable wine, with it's succulent richness of honey and hazelnut, melted butter, and sprinkled spice, yet totally dry.


  1. The Garam Masala Spice Blend includes only five ingredients - cumin, cloves, black peppercorns, coriander and cinnamon. (Web site)
  2. If the wine is a fruity wine, you might envision a field of strawberries, or an apple orchard, perhaps cloves or anise or another spice. (Web site)
  3. Also offering other spice like pepper, black pepper and cloves. (Web site)


  1. Most of the spice sold as cinnamon in the United States and Canada (where true cinnamon is still generally unknown) is actually cassia.
  2. Cinnamon sticks (or quills) have many thin layers and can easily be made into powder using a coffee or spice grinder, whereas cassia sticks are much harder. (Web site)
  3. Cassia is predominant in the spice blends of the East and Southeast Asia. (Web site)


  1. Purple-colored, it offers aromas of cedar, spice box, plum, black currant and blackberry. (Web site)
  2. Forward fruit characters of black cherry and blackberry dominate the aromas, with underlying grace notes of dark chocolate and spice.
  3. It's typically medium- to full-bodied with pepper, blackberry, raspberry, spice, and smoky flavors.


  1. In the Middle East, green cardamom powder is used as a spice for sweet dishes as well as traditional flavouring in coffee and tea. (Web site)
  2. Layers of fruit, wood and spice create a complex nose that releases aromas of fleshy cherries, bay leaf, coffee and hazelnut.
  3. In Arabic, ginger is called Zanjabil and in some parts of the Middle East ginger powder is used as a spice for coffee. (Web site)


  1. In the best vintages Grenache displays nuances of plum, mulberry and tobacco leaf, spice and mint characters with earthy overtones.
  2. The Yarden Mount Hermon Red exhibits ripe cherry, berry and plum characters combined with nuances of black pepper, herbs and spice.
  3. A complex base of lasting patchouli, amber, cedar wood, powdery vanilla and musk complete this fragrance with nuances of licorice and spice. (Web site)


  1. The wine tends to exhibit a dark purple hue with hints of strawberry, plumb, raisin, spice, leather, and tar.
  2. It tastes of currant, cherry, and raisin, with aromatic spice of black pepper, menthol, and licorice.


  1. The mouthfeel is full and rich, with concentrated pear and fig fruit flavors with layers of vanilla and sweet spice from light oak aging.
  2. Today, the wine offers tremendous aromatics with generous layers of red fruit and sweet spice that coat the palate in a silky package.
  3. Red fruit, rich with sweet spice and brown spice tastes in a big, rich, generous tasting wine, really delicious with a long lingering flavour.

Floral Notes

  1. Aromas of lifted spice and fig with honey and floral notes are evident on the nose.
  2. Aromas are of berry candy, spice, and earth, opening up to raspberry and floral notes. (Web site)
  3. Grignolino makes wine with very fruity aromas, often with floral notes and hints of citrus or spice. (Web site)


  1. Sullivan was also a part of the pop music group Diversity 5 with other Nitro Girls Fyre, Spice, Chae, and Tygress.
  2. Chae showed lots of skin, Kimberly is just flat-out gorgeous, and there's something about Spice that's always made her my favorite NITRO Girl. (Web site)

Intense Aroma

  1. Brick red in color with intense aroma of red fruits and spice.

Intense Aromas

  1. Intense aromas of cherry, blackberry, spice and vanilla surge from the glass.

Dark Fruit

  1. At picking, this fruit had very rustic flavors with good acidity and a lot of earth, spice, dark fruit and leafy characters.
  2. This intense, delicious wine tastes of dark fruit and spice then ends with a long finish. (Web site)


  1. On the palate, there are dry, luscious flavors of tree fruit, nuttiness and undertones of spice.
  2. A full-bodied wine with principal notes of spice and undertones of blueberry, blackberry jam and rose.
  3. This grape makes for a dark, strong, full-bodied wine with undertones of black currants, cedar, and spice.


  1. With the addition of Mammolo to the blend, the wine reveals a medium body and effusive notes of violets, spice and earth.
  2. In Old World wines, particularly those made in Bordeaux, this is characterised by a smell of violets, blackcurrant, cedar and spice. (Web site)
  3. The bouquet fuses violets, spice and dark fruits which can also be tasted.


  1. Falesco Merlot Pesano Umbria 2004; Tuscany, Italy Deep ruby purple with scents of roasted coffee beans, blackberries and spice.
  2. With its scents of roasted meat, the flavors are more driven by the core of plum and spice. (Web site)
  3. An elegant intensely fruity wine with scents of spice and floral notes of orange blossom and rose petal.

Dark Cherry

  1. In the glass it shows a deep red hue with aromas of dark cherry, cranberry, spice and forest floor. (Web site)
  2. With a crimson red color, this wine shows aromas of dark cherry, blackberry, chalk and spice. (Web site)
  3. This variety is capable of producing deeply colored, richly flavored and ageworthy wines with flavors of dark cherry, spice, tobacco, and strawberry.

Dark Cherries

  1. The 2006 Pinot Noir Reserve has a powerful and complex boquet of violets, dark cherries, and notes of leather and spice. (Web site)
  2. Dark cherries and a touch of spice. (Web site)


  1. Valdelana has cherry aromas with flavors of black currant, boysenberry and a touch of spice.
  2. Huge aromas of jammy, candied black cherry, blackberry, boysenberry and spice, extremely charming.
  3. On the palate medium bodied with boysenberry, cherry, pepper, spice and vanilla flavours. (Web site)


  1. Very ripe aromas of black raspberry, mocha, coffee and nutty oak, plus strong soil tones of spice, tobacco and iron. (Web site)
  2. Lovely acid balance and integration of flavours result in a supple and engaging wine with a lingering finish of spice, chocolate and mocha.
  3. Toasty, mocha and plum aromas with some cassis, liquorice and spice too.

Red Fruits

  1. Winexpert's Carmenère Cabernet Sauvignon has a deep ruby colour with intense aromas of red fruits and berries and a hint of spice.
  2. Ruby red in color with pronounced aromas of red fruits when young, leading to notes of spice and dried fruit with age.
  3. Densely colored in the glass, the wine offers a delightful nose full of red fruits and spice.

Red Fruit

  1. It offers an array of flavors including black and red fruit, spice, pepper, tar, and licorice.
  2. This elegant well-balanced wine offers aromas of red fruit and spice. (Web site)
  3. The reds taste of black and red fruit with a touch of spice (Mondeuse), blackcurrent and liquorice (Pinot), withered flower and English sweet (rosés).

Spice Plantation

  1. With a plenty of area under tea and spice plantation, Thekkady is a paradise for those who wish to shop endlessly for these items. (Web site)

Spice Plantations

  1. You can add some spice to your Kerala Tour by visiting its spice plantations.
  2. Blessed are these Hill stations which house tea, coffee and spice plantations, a variety of plants and wild animals and serene mountain passes.
  3. The hill stations in Kerala, India are covered with dense tea and spice plantations. (Web site)


  1. This wine has a deep colour and flavours of spice, plum, currants and chocolate, with long, ripe tannins.
  2. Tasting Notes: Generous aromas of currants and blackberries are offset by impressions of black olive, clove and spice.


  1. Flavors of currant, blackberry, and black cherry are framed by toasty vanilla and spice. (Web site)
  2. Aromas of chocolate-covered cherry join currant, herb, cedar and spice in this sleek, polished youngster.
  3. Its classic flavors are currant, plum, black cherry and spice. (Web site)

Ripe Fruit

  1. The wine is dense and luscious with thick layers of ripe fruit and spice.
  2. Rich aromas of ripe fruit, vanilla and spice. (Web site)
  3. Sweet with 12.45 percent residual sugar yet well balanced with great spice, ripe fruit, good complexity and acidity.


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