How can we describe a broad sense of taste?
Can we say that we have a versatile taste?
Or is it more correct to say that we have a diverse taste?
Taste here is with reference to food.
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From the Oxford Dictionary
Palate - A person’s appreciation of taste and flavor, especially when sophisticated and discriminating
Eclectic - Deriving ideas, style, or taste from a broad and diverse range of sources
Piquancy - A pleasantly sharp and appetizing flavor; The quality of being pleasantly stimulating or exciting
I would say you have a wide or varied palate. Perhaps even a eclectic palate.
And though not found in any dictionary we can combine the affix -geusia (meaning the sense of taste) with appropriate prefix such as bene- (good, well, gentle) and get something like benegeusia meaning "a good sense of taste"
This is often referred to as "catholic tastes", with catholic (small 'c') meaning "very diverse" rather than belonging to the Catholic (large 'c') church.