Il y avait un compositeur qui a écrit une chaconne à son goût.
(There was a composer who wrote a chaconne to his taste.)
A chaconne is a musical form; "chacun à son goût" means "each to his taste".
I knew there was an opera which had an aria including "chacun à son gout". I found a multi-lingual snippet of "Die Fledermaus" performed at Covent Garden in 1984.
But I didn't hear "chacun à son goût"!
On a second viewing I heard it at the end of Prince Orlofsky's aria. I remember seeing a production with Beverly Sills years ago, and I remember hearing "chacun à son gout" several times.
Oh, drat! "Chaconne à son gout" is not original. Google gives over 1500 hits including a P.D.Q. Bach Gross Concerto by that name.