I think the question itself is problematic, since each meat can be prepared so many ways.
I’ll explain what I mean:
Suppose you met someone who never had beef before, and asked you what beef tastes like. Does a mental image of “beef flavor” come to you? If it does, then tell me - Were you thinking of steak, hamburger, meatloaf, stew, meatballs, or what?
Even if we try to ignore the flavorings added to each dish, the cut of meat and method of cooking affect the texture and the entire eating experience. The same spiceless piece will taste differently if you grill it whole, grind it into a burger and then grill it, grind it into a loaf and bake it, or grind it into balls and boil them.
Whatever mental feelings you have about the taste of beef, or chicken, or whatever, results from your accumulated experience eating that animal many different ways. Having eaten Meat A many ways, and Meat B many ways, you can get a feel for the experience which is consistently in Meat A no matter which way you prepare it, as distinct for the taste which is in Meat B no matter how you prepare it.
But if you try an exotic meat just once or twice, I can’t imagine how an amateur (as opposed to an experienced, trained taste-tester) can identify its unique qualities. You need to try that meat prepared many different ways. To try it just once and offer a description, well that description might apply more to the recipe or to that particular cut, than to the species in general.