Definition of flavour:
olfaction, intent, tone, tonus, nose drops, big H, disembodied spirit, tactile property, spirit, note, smelling, tint, pure tone, harden, sea tangle, expression, zestfulness, shade, black rockweed, piquantness, facial expression, musical note, gusto, tactual sensation, feeling, whole step, piquance, step, liveliness, temper, bladderwrack, scent, heart, pinch, touch sensation, piquancy, aspect, chilliness, tone of voice, smacking, tanginess, impression, purport, whole tone, feel, tincture, tactile sensation, smack, season, timber, timbre, bladder fucus, looking at, olfactory perception, smooch, sea tang, face, sapidness, thunder, sense of smell, intuitive feeling, serrated wrack, savour, belief, quality, slap, looking, sprightliness, shot, aroma, mollify, olfactory modality, tang, scag, smell, emotional state, zest, flavor, olfactory sensation, tonicity, touch, olfactory property, relish, life, opinion, hell dust, odor, notion, look, savor, sapidity, odour, coolness, skag.
I know it may be urged by the most able brewers, that a high and rapid fermentation in the cleansing is a principal cause of that flavour for which porter is distinguished; that this kind of fermentation leads to a more perfect attenuation; and some of them may, with great truth, add, a perfect attenuation is the genuine mode of early bringing beer forward.- "The American Practical Brewer and Tanner", Joseph Coppinger.
- "The Five Great Philosophies of Life", William de Witt Hyde.
- "Herbal Simples Approved for Modern Uses of Cure", William Thomas Fernie.