predilection

[pred-l-ek-shuhn, preed-] [ˌprɛdlˈɛkʃən, ˌprid-]
noun
  • an established preference for something; a strong liking deriving from one's temperament or experience
  • "... the dog said, 'Old chap, ... you are at present quite unable to move or feel because of your predilection for cheap booze.' "