Welcome, Galaxy. There are a few liquids that I like too. But for me, convenience is necessary. I prefer not to travel with liquid supplements. The administration requires droppers or teaspoons. Even at home, I have a problem with teaspoon measurements. I've had hand tremors since childhood.I'm late to the thread, but I personally prefer the liquid supplements. I have a pretty sensitive stomach and the mineral supplements I take are ionic and already broken down- no stomach ache.
What I have read about taking vitamins (or any kind of supplements) is that you should always take them along with a meal, or at least with some food.
When we eat food, our body knows that it is food, and starts making the digestive enzymes and all of the stuff that goes on in our body to process that food..