I found the following logical pattern, but I don't know the exact word for it:
A is B but B is not A , is it Syllogism? Association fallacy?
Casey likes latte but dislikes cappuccino.
You can make cappuccino out of latte, but you can't make a latte out of cappuccino.
Casey likes suburbs but dislikes cities
You can develop a suburb to become a city, but you can't develop a city to become a suburb.
Casey likes wheat but dislikes cereal.
You can make cereal with wheat, but you can't make wheat out of cereal.
Casey likes rococo but dislikes barocco ( Baroque)
Baroque architecture is serious, dramatic, and heavy. On the other hand, Rococo is light, airy and decorative. Baroque has aspects of Rococo, but Rococo doesn't have characteristics of baroque. You can convert Rococo into barocco, but you can't convert baracco into rococo.
Casey likes flannel but dislikes wool.
You can make flannel out of wool, but you can't make wool out of flannel.
Casey likes groups but dislikes crowds.
A crowd can have groups but a group is not a crowd.
Casey likes initiative but dislikes ambition.
You can initiate but not be ambitious. But if you are ambitious you initiate.
Casey likes vanilla but dislikes cinnamon
Vanilla is authentically grown where cinnamon is authentically grown ( i.e. Sri Lanka). But cinnamon is not authentically grown where vanilla is authentically grown ( i.e. mexico uses cinnamon from Sri Lanka)
Casey likes tea but dislikes coffee
You can make tea from coffee ( i.e. coffee leaf tea) but a coffee is not a tea.