Translation of taster in Spanish:


degustador, n.

Pronunciation /ˈteɪstə//ˈteɪstər/


  • 1

    degustador masculine
    degustadora feminine
    wine taster catavinos masculine
    • The only correct way to hold the glass is by the stem though some professional tasters and aficionados like to hold it by the base.
    • This was the quality-control taster, said our guide.
    • But I have been asked to write something here because there are people reading this who don't know anything about food tasters.
    • I wanted the filling to be the real thing so I tested the recipe with many of my trusted tasters in the pub before I settled on the final mix.
    • Sir Titus Salt kept a watchful eye over a panel of beer tasters judging a competition to recreate a brew in his honour yesterday.
    • My best advice, Olga, is to be guided by the Evening Press's ‘professional’ food tasters; you can't go far wrong with them.
    • They studied 38 traits using a variety of physical and biochemical assays, plus a panel of trained tasters.
    • An anecdote about food tasters begins: ‘One bright summer day, I had lunch with two women who run a company in New Jersey called Sensory Spectrum.’
    • The traditional Slovakian dish of goulash went down very well with the food tasters.
    • So for ages, the domain of beer analysis has been left to the subjectivity of professional tasters.
    • A professional tea taster, he was Typhoo's chief blender before joining Mumbo.
    • I'd probably be a food critic or a food taster because I like pies!
    • The professional chocolate tasters have a great time as, unlike their wine-tasting counterparts, they don't have to spit it out.
    • The company also says its cheese was picked as the consumers' favourite in blind tests it conducted involving 300 tasters.
    • Professional tasters spend most of their time tasting alcoholic drinks, so it's pleasant to foray into the non-alcoholic sector.
    • A French gastro-psycho-thriller about the psychologically twisted relationship between a young waiter and a pompous, manipulative businessman who hires him as a food taster.
    • But more than 35 papillae indicates that you are a supertaster - as are many professional tasters and chefs.
    • A panel of trained professional tasters also found electroheated milk to be sweeter, with less bitter, oxidized and stale flavors than UHT processed milk.
    • When presented with pairs of food, our trained tasters were able to detect the irradiated beef or chicken 66 of 72 times because it had a very slight ‘off’ taste.
    • He started at Taylors as a trainee taster and quality sales assistant, dealing in tea and coffee.
  • 2

    (de degustación) muestra feminine
    we got a taster of what was to come fue un anticipo de lo que nos esperaba
    • For a taster of the night, log on to the Test the Nation website and take the sample test -
    • In another highlight, the revue will serve up a taster of Shipton's next musical at the Rowntree Theatre, Pippin.
    • I hadn't had time to ponder on what my taster of a Bird Experience Day at Leighton Hall's falconry would involve.
    • It requires the youngsters to be away from home for a fortnight and furthers their academic education or gives them a chance to get a taster of subjects like archaeology not taught in school.
    • The youngsters are taking part in a project called Music Xpress and today's session is a taster for next week's four-day residential course at the Wiltshire Music Centre.
    • Afterwards the students divided into groups of ten and an instructor took each group for a taster of the snow.
    • We are on the telly again tomorrow night when we face Nottingham Forest and that might be a taster for a match that will be played at the end of the season.
    • A new centre for disabled adults will be giving a taster of the activities it offers next month.
    • On Sunday he gave a taster of the walk, which will be officially launched at the Keighley Festival from June 18 to 26.
    • The first day's walking from Knighton to Felindre provides a good taster of what to expect.
    • They are short, easy learning tasters that give people the chance to try new skills or hobbies.
    • This is quite a nice idea, as you don't just get a leaflet for the show, but several pages of information that gives you a taster of what it's all about.
    • This exhibition is a taster for a show that simply must happen.
    • James gives you a taster of the inevitable ‘journal’ publication.
    • The Golden Triangle packs some of the country's most enduring icons and rich experiences into a small space and time, making it an ideal taster of what India has to offer.
    • The examples pictured above are just a taster of the product which offers our famous vulture logo on no less than five different shirts.
    • The Swindon singing surgeon is to treat shoppers this Easter with a musical taster from his CD.
    • She runs the regular Making Choices course offering people a taster of what a career in child care might offer.
    • People can always come in for a taster session and see how it goes without any commitment.
    • Here, in one gallery space, is a taster from the vast Scottish National Photography Collection, a richly varied archive that runs to more than 27,000 photographs.