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Bad Coaster Latin

We’re having lunch at the Ram at Univerity Village in Seattle, and came across a bit of bad coaster Latin:

MAGNUS, MELIORIS, MUSTUS

This is supposed to say ‘Bigger, Better, Fresher’, but says ‘Big, of a better, unfermented wine.’

Without the commas that would say ‘a better person’s unfermented wine.’

I should prefer something like this:

MAIOR, MELIOR, VIRIDIOR

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But what is ‘bigger, better, fresher’? Why is it masculine?

If it’s a thing or a concept, then let’s use the neuter:

MAIUS, MELIUS, VIRIDIUS

Or perhaps neuter plural:

MAIORA, MELIORA, VIRIDIORA

Any suggestions for a better word for ‘fresher’? I’m at a loss as I blog from my phone.