Liquid (adj) ´li-kw?d-
Agnostic (n) ag-´näs-tik, ?g- – a person who is unwilling to commit to an opinion about something (adj) – noncommittal, undogmatic
Liquid Agnostic – A person who does not believe in a hierarchy of liquid consumables based on their perceived cultural importance.
- Flavor is first.
- Flavor is valued when it is not obvious.
- Flavor is valued when it is layered and nuanced.
- Flavor is valued when balanced.
- Flavor is valued when it makes me smile.
- I do not believe that one liquid category is superior to another.
- I choose hand crafted or artesian beverages when possible.
- I do not believe there is one right way to enjoy any liquid.
- I do believe there are wrong ways to consume certain liquids.
- I do not think puritanism towards the intoxicating effects of alcohol helps anyone.
- A liquid is more highly coveted when I can not easily describe it.
- A liquid is enjoyed more when it stops me and makes me think.
- A liquid is sought out when it haunts my thoughts.
- I will spend more for a liquid that makes me want to share.
- I will enjoy liquids that demand I pay attention.
- I will enjoy liquids that do more than just hydrate or intoxify.
- Beer is not defined by industrial lagers.
- Tea is not defined by tea bags.
- Coffee is not defined by instant crystals or caffeine content.
- Wine is not defined by Bordeaux first growths or the shape of the bottle.
- Spirits are not defined by their alcohol content or ability to give a buzz.
- Water brings balance to all liquids.
- Taste is SUBJECTIVE
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