If this was a 1950s-style dating scenario in which the boys approached the girls, each boy would hit on his top-choice girl, Fry says.If a girl has multiple offers, she would choose the boy she preferred most, and if a boy were rejected, he would approach his second-choice girl. Each gets his first- or second-choice partner, and there is no way the boys could improve, because their top choices have said yes or already rejected them.Finish: Clotted cream, apple, floral, grain, dried herbs, spice, clean, smooth, silky, great.(Holland)Highest quality hand-selected European golden wheat. Nose: Citrus, pastry dough, peppermint, peppery, wood, soft, subtle.
Palate: Vanilla fondant icing, powdered sugar, creamy, sweet agave, strong pepper, mineral, stone, smooth.
Finish: Light almond, strong pepper, clean, fresh, perfect on the rocks.(Nova Scotia)Distilled from Canadian maritime-grown winter wheat, Nova Scotian spring water. Nose: Cranberry, sweet melon, grassy, light grain, dusty, wet stone, delicate.
The judges wrote down their impressions of each product on score sheets.
The scoring was done on a 5-point system, with 5 as the best.
That's because women generally message men who are five points more attractive (as rated by OKCupid users) than they are, while they typically receive messages from men who are seven points less attractive than they are.
At the same time, OKCupid found that men currently send 3.5 times the number of messages women send, suggesting that few women are aware of the advantages of stepping up to the plate.Double-Gold, Gold and Silver medals are awarded according to a set range of final point scores received from the judges.There were no bronze medals awarded for this tasting.Finish: Black pepper, clean, delicate, smooth.(Sweden)Organic winter wheat & barley, handmade copper & gold still, distilled 34 times.Nose: Lime, soft citrus, fresh fruit, bubblegum, potato and vegetable peelings, leather.Based on an analysis of 70,000 users who logged on at least three times in a month, OKCupid found that women are 2.5 times more likely to receive a response to their messages than men are.