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I like orange, chocolate, strawberry & banana, kiwi, pineapple and vanilla milkshakes.

Imagining there are many more adjectives, in case someone wants to emphasize and give preference to the noun "milkshakes", is there any possibility to correctly say: "I like milkshakes of..." or something similar?

What about the next example? How would you phrase it?:

I like orange milkshakes as well as chocolate and kiwi ones(?)

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    I love milkshakes; especially orange, chocolate, strawberry & banana, kiwi, pineapple and vanilla flavours! – Pogrindis Jan 20 '16 at 15:30
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"I like milkshakes with kiwi, chocolate, or orange in them."

You can change the adjectives into nouns if the object allows it.

"Orange, chocolate, or kiwi milkshakes are my preference."

You can change the subject to convey the same meaning. I (subject) like (verb) noun list(object) vs (adjective list) milkshakes(object) are my preference(subject).

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