with bitterness, in a resentful manner; "she complained bitterly"
indicating something hard to accept; "he was bitterly disappointed"
piercingly: extremely and sharply; "it was bitterly cold"; "bitter cold"
(bitter) English term for a dry sharp-tasting ale with strong flavor of hops (usually on draft)
(bitter) acrimonious: marked by strong resentment or cynicism; "an acrimonious dispute"; "bitter about the divorce"
(Bitter (album)) Bitter is the third solo album by Me'shell Ndegeocello. It was released August 24, 1999 on Maverick Records. The album peaked at #105 on the Billboard Top 200 list in 1999. ...
(Bitter (car)) Bitter is a premium sports-luxury automobile marque originally produced in Germany and later Austria. ...
(Bitter (taste)) Taste (or, more formally, gustation; adjectival form: "gustatory") is a form of direct chemoreception and is one of the traditional five senses. It refers to the ability to detect the flavor of substances such as food, certain minerals, and poisons. ...
(bitter) A liquid or powder, made from bitter herbs, used in mixed drinks or as a tonic; A type of beer heavily flavored with hops; A turn of a cable about the bitts; Having an acrid taste (usually from a basic substance); Harsh, piercing or stinging; Hateful or hostile; Cynical and resentful
(Bitter) Not common in wines but found occasionally -- particularly in the aftertaste, and usually in subtle, refreshing form -- in some Italian wines and Alsatian whites.
(Bitter) a flavor of over-extracted brews as well as over-roasted coffees, and those with various taste defects. It's a harsh, unpleasant taste detected towards the back of the tongue and normally found only in Dark Roast's.
(Bitter) Basic flavor sensation detected at the back of the mouth and soft-palate, often as after-taste, sometimes desirable to a limited degree (as in dark-roast, espresso). Not to be confused with acidity.
(Bitter) Often caused by too much tannin, this is most often not a desirable trait in wine.
BITTER - (English) Well-hopped ale, most often on draught. Name usually implies depth of hop bitterness. Usually some acidity in the finish, and the color varies from bronze to deep copper. ...
(bitter) A basic taste characterized by solution of quinine, caffeine, and certain other alkaloids. Perceived primarily at the back of the tongue. ...
(Bitter) One of the four basic tastes; a certain degree of bitterness is inherent in the fullness of all coffee’s flavor.
(Bitter) Usually considered a fault in but characteristic of such wines as Amarone and certain other Italian reds.
(Bitter) Herbs that taste bitter are good for the whole body, especially the digestive system.
(Bitter) one of the four basic taste sensations. Young, red Bordeaux or Cabernet-Sauvignons will taste bitter because of their relatively high tannin content. Tannin is a bitter element in wines.
(bitter) An unpleasant, biting aftertaste.
(BITTER) Bitterness is one of the four flavors you can taste. It can be good or bad. Sometimes bitterness brings out the sweetness in the wine (think of chocolate covered pretzels). Bitterness can sometimes come from the tannins in the wine.
(bitter) A substance which has a sharp unpleasant taste that stimulates the mucous membranes in the mouth and stomach to stimulate appetite and improve digestion.
(bitter) B: The turn of the cable round the bitts.
(Bitter) Sharp or tangy flavor produced by the hops. Without a bitter taste, beer has no zest.