mouthfeel

[mouth-feel]
noun
the tactile sensation a food gives to the mouth: a creamy mouthfeel.

Origin:
1980–85, Americanism

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mouthfeel (ˈmaʊθˌfiːl)
 
n
the texture of a substance as it is perceived in the mouth: the wine has a good mouthfeel

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Main Entry:  mouthfeel
Part of Speech:  n
Definition:  how food or drink feels in one's mouth; the sensory evaluation of tactile impressions on the palate; also written mouth-feel, mouth feel
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Example sentences
Flavor is moderately sweet with malt and an extremely smooth bitter mouthfeel.
You'll also hear the word mouthfeel when tasters size up the texture of wine in
  their mouths.
The chemical helps break apart the pectin in the fries, yielding a smoother
  mouthfeel.
Add words about mouthfeel, throw in some creative metaphors and you're well on
  your way to true wine snobbery.
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