I've been collecting wine tasting notes as part of an exploration of evaluative language, and have learned some new words as a result, among them leesy.
Here are some examples from the Beverage Tasting Institute:
Exotic, leesy yeast, cream, and golden apple nose.
Heady, leesy, creamy, honeyed nose.
Lush, leesy brown spice aromas show an integrated oak accent.
Perfumed, leesy [...]
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