- adj. Having a flavour or essence of mint.
- adj. relating to or suggestive of mint
“Grande Absente is a bit more "minty" whereas Absente is more peppery or earthy.”
“The scent is light and kind of minty, with a cool feeling to it, not an overpowering smell.”
“The bit parts he was up for were usually coded with terms like nebbishy," minty "or fey.”
“On the medium-bodied palate, the fruit is ripe, but restrained, with dark fruit flavors (blackberry, blueberry and a little plum) with more Thai basi/anise character along with sweet, minty herbs.”
“Made in a juicy, low-oak, easy-drinking style, it has nice core of sweet black cherry and blackberry fruit flavors, light earthy-wood notes and just a bit of that minty character.”
“Since they taste just like breakfast, you can floss in the morning before eating without worrying about the usually minty taste of floss interfering with the flavors of the meal.”
“This time though, as I walked over to where he was sitting, he offered me a cup of sweet minty tea and motioned for me to pull up a chair next to his.”
“I thank the powers that be that I am now safely home, wearing my warm and dry pyjamas and having a big mug of hot, minty tea.”
“Badedas minty Tylenol (which seems to fuel good dreams)”
“Its falafel incredibly light and delicate, encased in perfectly crisp shells, beautifully spiced and seasoned, long on savoury flavour live up to the billing, served with a fresh minty tzatziki, so-so standard pitta and salad.”
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