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5 replies, 4 voices Last updated by  Jackie 6 years, 4 months ago
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  • #6034

    Jackie
    Keymaster
    @jackie

    Ladies and gents, I’ve run across this “Tea Test” a few times, posted it on twitter a little while back but here it is again, test your knowledge of tea. However, I think, some of the data isn’t quite the “very latest” out there. Either way, take a look.
     Let me know if any of the answers surprised you, for me these were the ones:

    Question 3 about the “types of tea” (I disagree about the word “type” and the answer given.
    Question 4 Michael Coffey would say; there’s no actual data out there to prove that
    Question 5 – didn’t know the exact position and don’t know if it’s still accurate
    Question 12 – was surprised about one of the countries!
    Question 17 – who would have known? Not me.
    Question 28 – objection! What’s the definition of “great” here anyway?

    If you go ahead and take it, let me know how you fared and what you think!
    J.

  • #6035

    Gingko
    Participant
    @gingkoseto

    I don’t know if they updated the test. I remember when I saw the test a few years ago, quite a few questions seemed to be based on the assumption that the tea spoken of was teabag.

  • #6036

    Xavier
    Participant
    @xavier

    The link is not working for me 🙁

  • #6037

    Jackie
    Keymaster
    @jackie

    Here it is again:
    http://teausa.com/general/teatest/teatest9.html

  • #6038

    Anonymous @

    La~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~me.

  • #6039

    Jackie
    Keymaster
    @jackie

    Perhaps, and remember this is all part of how the Tea Council USA markets tea @familyandtea

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