Definitions for organolepticˌɔr gə nlˈɛp tɪk, ɔrˌgæn lˈɛp-
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Random House Webster's College Dictionary
or•ga•no•lep•ticˌɔr gə nlˈɛp tɪk, ɔrˌgæn lˈɛp-(adj.)
perceived by a sense organ.
capable of detecting a sensory stimulus.
Origin of organoleptic:
1850–55; < F < Gk lēptikós disposed to accept
Of or pertaining to the sensory properties of a particular food or chemical, the taste, colour, odour and feel.
The organoleptic assessment of the wine showed that it was spoiled.
Origin: From organoleptique, from organo- + , from
Organoleptic properties are the aspects of food or other substances as experienced by the senses, including taste, sight, smell, and touch, in cases where dryness, moisture, and stale-fresh factors are to be considered.
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