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Describing Taste

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TASTE

Positive Food, Negative Food, Neutral and Fruit Tastes

 


Positive Taste Words

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Neutral Taste Words

 

Negative Taste Words

(-)

Food Tastes

 

Sweet

Sugary

Powdered

Ripe

Creamy

Fruity

Tangy

Chalky

Cold

Crispy

Crunchy

Curdled

Flat

Fried

Grainy

Greasy

Hot

Humid

Juicy

Mild

Milky

Misty

Moldy

Not bad

OK

Peaceful

Rare

Raw

Rich

Salty

Saucy

Smoky

Spicy

Strong

Stuffy

Thick

Vinegary

Wet

 

Sour

Rancid

Putrid

Pungent

Tart

Shocking

Acid

Acrid

Acetic

Vinegar

Musk

Apple

Apricot

Banana

Blueberry

Cinnamon

Chocolate

Cherry

Ginger

Guava

Hazelnut

Jasmine

Kiwi

Lemon

Orange

Papaya

Passion fruit

Peach

Pear

Pineapple

Plum

Raspberry

Rose

Spearmint

Strawberry

Vanilla

 

Salty

Dry

Fresh

Crisp

New

Exotic

Bitter

Stingy

Spoiled

After Taste

Other

Minty

Earthy

Woody

Spicy

Sharp

Peppery

Zippy

Savory

Tantalizing

Buttery

Zesty

Zingy

Smooth

Other

Sweaty

Dirty

Stench

Bleak

Trashy

Horrendous

Dusty

Stale

Musty

Rotten

Foul

Obnoxious

Bland

Old

Fishy

Dead

Burnt

Brackish

Greasy

Mildewed

Stink

Vile

Metallic

Sharp