One that tastes, especially one who samples a food or beverage for quality.(noun)
Any of several devices or implements used in tasting.(noun)
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Use "taster" in a sentence
"Here we apply the term taster, or wine-taster, to a small, shallow silver cup with bosses in the bottom to reflect the light and show the color and quality of wine."
"If the user ultimately tried to register one, the domain taster could offer to part with the one they'd registered at an inflated price; if nothing happened in a few days, the name was returned."
"I just realised I forgot to post up a link to the Del Rey Online sub-site for VELLUM, where they have a wee taster from the first chapter and an interview with meself wherein I, well, talk about stuff. posted by Hal Duncan | 6: 21 PM"