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sensory analysis OR sensory evaluation OR sensory testing; organoleptic analysis
Explanation: "sensory analysis" is the expression standardized by ISO.
It is the most commonly used of all the above -- CORRECT -- expressions (fields: food sensory evaluation; biomedical applications; consumer research; food and agriculture publications; sensory science, etc.)
Organoleptic means the "impression of the [sense] organs." Organoleptic analysis involves the application of sight, odor, taste, touch, and occasionally even sound,
Laboratory analysis are deemed more "objective", and organoleptic analysis more "subjective". Organoleptic analyses are often used in the field of Food Chemistry ( wine, cheese, oil, coffee tasting) -- as part of quality control.