acquired taste

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a preference that is only acquired after considerable experience

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Cowboys-and-Indians antics have rarely been more antic than they are in "Bone Tomahawk," a gleefully grisly genre gazpacho that matches a rousing sense of Old West derring-do to a comic sensibility as dark as chewing tobacco--and at least as much of an acquired taste. But for those with a head for loopily discursive humor (not to mention a stomach for some inspired grotesquerie), S.
Haifa's style is an acquired taste, but her critics thought this particular number was OTT for a concert in the conservative northern coast of Egypt.
Acquired taste "Every household has a kimchi refrigerator nowadays.
Both are dark, intense and definitely a grown-up, acquired taste that won't suit everyone.
Both are dark, intense and denitely a grown-up, acquired taste that won't suit everyone.
Acquired taste is precisely what pushes beyond the comfort zone of discovery taste.
Ok, fine, maybe they're an acquired taste and all that.
"Mescal is an acquired taste," agrees Ann Stickler, senior vice president and managing director of Tequila at Brown-Forman.
"Derek is an acquired taste, but all my stuff is," admits Ricky, 52.
Sitting down and enjoying a good, tight essay, we can confidently say, is an acquired taste. Moreover, essays are terribly difficult to write, and publishers will tell you essay collections are second only to poetry in sales ineptitude.
Toast Of London C4, 10.25pm An acquired taste, but if you're in the mood, this is a very funny sitcom starring Matt 'Radio Voiceover Man' Berry, as actor Stephen Toast.
This book is an acquired taste. If you love disjointed gothic fairytales then this book will appeal to you.
Hors Satan is an acquired taste from French director Bruno Dumon.
Counter-tenors are an acquired taste - if you have it you'll love this disc.