Which one is most different from the other three?

Owes its flavors to oxidation levels between green & black tea.


Which one is most different from the other three?

A
13
34%
B
14
37%
C
8
21%
D
3
8%
 
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Which one is most different from the other three?

by gingkoseto » Mar 15th, '09, 11:06

In terms of origin or varietal.

It's a tricky one. So use not your sense but guess :D

A:
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by bi lew chun » Mar 15th, '09, 16:25

C !

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by Victoria » Mar 15th, '09, 16:41

A?

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by Geekgirl » Mar 15th, '09, 17:18

Why am I hearing music from Sesame Street here? :wink:

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by Salsero » Mar 15th, '09, 17:27

I pick B!

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by gingkoseto » Mar 15th, '09, 19:21

Salsero wrote:I pick B!

Do we win a prize if we are right?
How about samples of the 2 better teas (as you can tell, not all four are great) for the first 3 winners? :D

The poll is anonymous so winners have to announce their answer.

It's more of a guessing game. I probably wouldn't know which one if I hadn't read the labels :P I didn't intentionally use poor photos but they may be a bit color biased (just a bit) :oops:

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by edkrueger » Mar 15th, '09, 19:41

Victoria wrote:A?
I second.

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by trent » Mar 15th, '09, 20:00

I'm saying A b/c of the color variation

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by entropyembrace » Mar 15th, '09, 20:01

I'm going to go with A

B, C and D look like Wu Yi's to me...B like a low grade chopped Wu Yi I used to buy when I was starting with tea.

A looks almost like a roasty green An Xi or Taiwan oolong but I'm not sure.
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by murrius » Mar 15th, '09, 20:08

I guess A cos the leaf texture is different from the others.

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by teaskeptic » Mar 15th, '09, 20:17

I vote c

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by engar » Mar 15th, '09, 20:42

C!!!

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by silverneedles » Mar 15th, '09, 20:58

beeeeee

are these dancongs?

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by Cinnamon Kitty » Mar 15th, '09, 21:04

B! It looks slightly more broken up to me, or at least looks like there are more broken up bits.

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by Geekgirl » Mar 15th, '09, 21:12

DEEEE! ('cause nobody else is saying it. Ha!)

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