the tastes or connoisseurship of a gourmand
Origin of gourmandiseFrench
A taste and relish for good food: “You could see the gourmandise shining on his rosy lips” (Glenway Wescott).
Origin of gourmandiseMiddle English gromandise, gluttony, from Old French gormandise, from gormant, glutton.
(third-person singular simple present gourmandises, present participle gourmandising, simple past and past participle gourmandised)
gourmand + -ise