English translation: "...flowers with excellent organoleptic properties"
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Explanation: Didn't find it in Spanish, but I found "organoleptique" in French in Termium. "Sensory, Chemical and physical properties of the food perceived by the senses (flavor, texture or appearance)."
Explanation: WHICH MEANS:
adj. 1. Relating to perception by a sensory organ. 2. Involving the use of sense organs: organoleptic tests. [French organoleptique : Greek organo-, organo- + Greek l¶ptikos, receptive (from l¶ptos, taken, seized, from lambanein, to take).] --or”gan·o·lep“ti·cal·ly adv.