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#1

The biggest defining characteristic of tea is how well it’s oxidized. Which tea is NOT oxidized at all?

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    Pu'erh

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#2

In the western world, black tea is most traditional. Which is NOT a type of black tea?

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  • Earl Grey

  • English Breakfast

  • Chamomile

  • Assam

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#3

True or false: White tea can be served with milk.

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  • True. It’s creamy goodness!

  • False. That’s gross!

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#4

You want to warm up before going to bed, but you don’t want a caffeine jolt. Which tea is best?

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  • Rooibos

  • Ceylon

  • Jasmine

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#5

You’re buying some loose-leaf tea and the sales associate asks if you want first or second flush tea. What does“flush"mean?

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  • The time of year the leaves are plucked.

  • Whether it was steeped before. Basically ‘new’ or ‘used.’

  • Strength of tea. Essentially, whether it steeps quickly.

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#6

If a tea leaf has this characteristic, it’s NOT oolong.

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  • Bruising

  • Wilting

  • Dried by fire

  • Partial oxidization

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