malty

[mawl-tee]
adjective, maltier, maltiest.
of, like, or containing malt.

Origin:
1810–20; malt + -y1

maltiness, noun
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malty (ˈmɔːltɪ)
 
adj , maltier, maltiest
of, like, or containing malt
 
maltiness
 
n

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Example sentences
Toasty, malty flavors in perfect balance with bitterish hops.
Bitter alpha acids complement beer's malty sweetness to give the beverage its
  distinct flavor.
Sour milk will have a malty odor and will be found when milk is poorly cooled
  and excessive bacterial growth results.
The nose is malty with floral, earthy and smoky notes.
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