I found myself in an email conversation where a friend jokingly said I should become a Buddhist monk in a monastery in India. I wanted to get back to him saying that Japan would probably be a more likely destination as I'm a fan of the Zen flavour of Buddhism.
So I wanted to respond that this flavour is my flavour of choice. However, this being quick email response I wanted to contain all the information in one sentence ending up with
Personally, my flavour of Buddhism of choice is the Zen kind.
However, that sounds somewhat clunky and awkward to me. Is it just my impression or is there a better way to combine the "of choice" and "flavour of Buddhism" phrases?