melt in your mouth

melt in (one's)/the mouth

Of food, to be soft or tender, and, typically, delicious. The phrase is often quite literal. This decadent chocolate cake positively melts in the mouth. I've never had such a perfect steak in my life! I swear, it melted in my mouth.
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ˌmelt in your ˈmouth

(of food) be soft and very good to eat: They serve steaks that just melt in your mouth.
See also: melt, mouth
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The country is famous for its traditional sweets that melt in your mouth and stay in your heart forever.
The beef, pork, turkey, steak all melt in your mouth.
The Reese's cookies are good and almost melt in your mouth. I don't think this is a necessary item because it tastes too much like the original Reese's cups, but they will probably sell a lot to all the Reese's lovers.
Among the delicious recipes you'll find Snickerdoodles, Peanut Butter Twist Brownies, Mocha Madness Cake, Chocolate Caramel Boston Cream Pie, Tantalizing Truffle Pie, Swirled Raspberry Cheesecake, Jelly-Filled Donuts, Melt in Your Mouth Fudge, and Toasted Coconut Pecan Frosting.
Five girls from Afon Taf High School, Ynysowen, have achieved where M&Ms failed by inventing chocolate that will melt in your mouth but not in your hands.
Fat in chocolate melts at about 30[degrees] (86[degrees]F), or just below body temperature--perfect to melt in your mouth. But in boiling oil, a candy bar disintegrates.
FRUIT-flavoured pills that melt in your mouth could soon be on prescription.
The Allegra Flash formulation will be the equivalent of a marketed version of Allegra, with the added advantages of Ethypharm's oral "pleasant tasting" and "melt in your mouth" Flashtab delivery technology.
It's the cocoa butter that causes the chocolate to melt in your mouth. "Better-quality chocolate uses lots of cocoa butter," advises Tom Ward, president of Russell Stovers.