Bitter describes a strong and sometimes unpleasant flavor that is the opposite of sweet. Ex: coffee, very dark chocolate, beer and citrus peel are all bitter.

Tart describes a sharp and acidic taste. Sour can also be used, but it often has a negative meaning. Lemon, white wine, Greek yogurt, pickles and some raspberries are all tart foods.

Juicy food is succulent, luscious, thirst quenching, moist, ripe, usually flavorful, many times fascinating. Dry and bland don’t apply.

Astringent - an astringent taste is one that is strong and bitter.

Savoury - tasting of salt or spices and not sweet.

Syrupy - thick, sweet, and sticky

Seasoned - containing seasonings to improve flavour.

Chocolatey food has a lot of chocolate in it, or tastes like chocolate.

Sweetish - a sweetish taste or smell is slightly sweet.

Smoky describes foods that taste of smoked wood. Bacon, whisky, and lox/smoked salmon are all smoky foods.

Divine cooking is fit for the gods, heavenly, godly, celestial, great, marvelous, delightful, lovely, blissful. Nothing earthly. 

Flavored equals seasoned; food that has been given flavor, by normal seasoning or by artificial flavoring. 

Delicious meals are tasty, appetizing, scrumptious, yummy, luscious, delectable, mouth-watering, delightful, lovely, wonderful, pleasant, enjoyable, appealing, enchanting, charming. 

Delectable food is delicious, tasty, mouth-watering, appetizing, scrumptious, luscious, enjoyable, palatable, delightful, toothsome, pleasing, satisfying.

Tasteful or full of flavor, flavorful, food; it could mean refined, sophisticated, stylish or classy when it refers to the layout of a dish –the realm of a food stylist.

Tasteless is the opposite of tasteful or tasty. We are talking bland, flavorless, flat, insipid, weak, dull, savorless, plain, unseasoned, unsavory, unflavored, probably unappetizing food.

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