Examples of Acquired taste
Sentences with the noun Acquired taste
It's an acquired taste.
You might not like this beer at first. It's an acquired taste.
Reality is an acquired taste.
A private railroad car is not an acquired taste. One takes to it immediately.
(Eleanor Robson Belmont)
Simplicity is an acquired taste. Mankind, left free, instinctively complicates life.
(Katharine Fullerton Gerould)
Bruckner is, in America, an acquired taste.
(Mark Swed, Los Angeles Times Music Critic in Los Angeles Times - Culture Monster, )
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit on Channel 5 is another acquired taste.
(The Independent - Arts & Entertainment, )
Following three teenagers who start a band one long hot summer in Glasgow, it’s as skirt-twirlingly whimsical as any of their albums and as much of an acquired taste.
(The Independent - People, )
I know I'm an acquired taste - I'm anchovies. And not everybody wants those hairy little things.
A seemingly acquired taste among the British public, the star left the house to a sea of boos as she made her way to host Emma Willis.
(Daily Mail - TV&Showbiz, )
An ardent booster of England's "acquired taste," conductor James Conlon is making good use of the centenary of Benjamin Britten's birth.
(The Wall Street Journal - Lifestyle, )
Delicately designed, overwhelmingly dense, and often an acquired taste for many in the West, mooncakes are one of the most famous foods found in Chinese communities around the world at this time of year.
(CNN - World News, )
Countertenors are a decidedly acquired taste — men who are trained to sing in the manner of women, or more accurately, in the style of the castrati, those singers hundreds of years ago who were castrated at a young age to preserve their boyish voices.
(David Ng in Los Angeles Times - Culture Monster, )
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