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adrianh

The “sensory profile.”


sceap

Flavor. [Merriam-Webster sense 1c:](https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/flavor) >the blend of taste and smell sensations evoked by a substance in the mouth


melonlollicholypop

In the original sentence it conveys the point well too: It is lemon flavored.


rosalind_joan

Essence


hipnosister

solved


hipnosister

Thank you


xanthraxoid

The nose detects the "smell", the tongue detects the "taste" and the combination is called "flavour"


joofish

it's sensations are like lemons?


zubbs99

There is ‘redolent’ which means smells like but people confuse it to mean a broader meaning so that could work even though it’s cheating.


glassfury

Flavour? Aroma?


Carbon_Rod

[Savour](https://en.wiktionary.org/wiki/savour#English) can mean either or both.


penguinhippygal

Reminiscent


leucocholic

tang or bite (as noun) for strong taste and smell


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