Q: distinctive flavour とはどういう意味ですか?
A: [Distinctive] means a characteristic of one person or thing, and so serving to distinguish it from others.

"juniper berries give gin its [distinctive] flavour"


Distinctive = different /unique / uncommon / special

So we can see this word like this:

This fruit has a ‘distinctive’ flavour.
This fruit has a ‘unique’ flavour.
This fruit has a ‘different’ flavour.
This fruit has a ‘special’ flavour.

So ‘distinctive flavour’ means that the taste of the food/drink has a unique / special taste. There is something in it that makes it taste different.

Hope this helps ^^

Q: loose when we are talking about flavours とはどういう意味ですか?
A: ‘Loose’ is not a word I would normally associate with flavour - what is the context?
Q: flavour とはどういう意味ですか?
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Q: flavour とはどういう意味ですか?
A: palate, zest, smack ,swallow.
the distinctive taste of food or drink .
Q: "Hey, can I learn your flavour?" とはどういう意味ですか?
A: Never heard this saying before. Perhaps the person is flirting and wants to get to know you. I could be wrong.


Q: flavour を使った例文を教えて下さい。
A: This candy is cherry-flavoured.

Which flavour of icecream do you like?


Q: flavour と season はどう違いますか?
A: Another way to look at it would be that:

To flavour something with something else would be to add that taste to something

While to season something is usually to bring out the taste of the original food and not necessarily to change it
Q: flavour と taste はどう違いますか?
A: Taste is if the food is sweet, salty, sour, bitter. Flavour is a combination of factors including taste, smell, texture. However both words are often interchangeable in daily use, for example: this drink has a orange flavour, and this drink tastes of orange.
Q: flavour と taste はどう違いますか?
A: Taste happens only inside our mouths. Taste has everything to do with how our tongue and mouth interact with food and drink.
Flavor is the overall impression of a wine or food, the combination of both aromatics, taste, and mouthfeel.
Q: flavour と taste はどう違いますか?
A: Flavor tends to describe what ingredients you can identify just by tasting it.

Taste describes the quality or feel of the food: salty, sweet, bitter, good, bad, sour, fresh, etc.
Q: flavouring と seasoning はどう違いますか?
A: In general, seasoning means adding salt (and maybe pepper). Flavouring means adding something to give or change the flavour, eg lemon juice, spices, etc. Flavouring does not refer to adding salt and pepper - the two are mutually exclusive.


Q: Which flavour oppure what flavour? Grazie
は 英語 (イギリス) で何と言いますか?
A: Ippure is not an English word. Can you explain further, please?
Q: flavour

は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
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Q: what’s your flavour? は 英語 (アメリカ) で何と言いますか?
A: What do you mean by this sentence? I can say it for you but I want to make sure it’s correct haha


Q: The flavour of Japanese cypress make me feel calm.

Does this sound natural?
A: MakeではなくMakesです。
Q: it has very sour flavour in it
it has very sour flavour to it

are both natural??
A: "to it" is better
Q: Can I say "I am smelling the flavour of the food because someone is cooking"?. Can I use "smell" with a progressive tense?
A: You can use smelling in the progressive tense, but it isn't normal, unless it's an answer to a question.
Example use:
A)What are you smelling?/What do you smell?
B) I am smelling food. Someone must be cooking.
Q: How do you feel to say "Interesting (flavour)" after trying to eat new food?
Does it mean disgusting or bad?
I'd love to hear your honest opinions. :)♡
A: Thank you so much :)♡
Can I ask another question, sorry :(
If someone says "good", is it tasty? Or just not bad?
Q: When you want to tell the flavour of something how do you say "it tastes..." or "it taste" ?
A: "It tastes" is the correct choice.

For example, "It tastes like garlic," or, "It tastes burnt."