The aroma of generations of wealth—not money, not people, but wealth—wafted through each room like a cloud of rare perfume.
An aroma of chocolate permeates the Upper East Side at one point in Chronic City.
In both of these examples, the winery was attempting to manipulate the wine's aroma to make it more marketable.
At one point, they were peeling truffles, but there was no aroma.
Take a long, deep whiff of that aroma and ladle it over your warm fettuccine.
Man is the creator of his own happiness; it is the aroma of a life lived in harmony with high ideals.
The very name of Casanova had intoxicated her with its aroma of a thousand conquests.
In the calm, windless doldrums, he never came up on deck but what the aroma of whisky travelled with him.
The coffee had undeniably an aroma that it had not had of past mornings.
The theory is that the old coffee furnishes body and strength, and the fresh coffee the aroma.
early 13c., "fragrant substance," from Latin aroma "sweet odor," from Greek aroma "seasoning, any spice or sweet herb," of unknown origin. Meaning "fragrance" is from 1814. A hypercorrect plural is aromata.