Can you tell if something is right or wrong based on taste?
Do you literally mean like drinking a glass of lemon tea without sugar, honey or any sweetener in it? Or, do you mean taste as in style of dress or preference of desire?
Life is a (personal) journey.
Know yourself, Love yourself, Trust yourself.
If something doesn't (feel) right to you it's probably not right for you!
Very few things in one's life should fall under an "acquired taste".
Most regrets in one's life comes from ignoring "red flags" or not listening to their "inner voice". Thus is often said:
"Something told me not to.... But I did it anyway."
It's (your) life!
Only you know what is truly best or right for (you).
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