They all look quite yellow except for the Starwest kava, of course. 1) Starwest Botanicals - I use this as my tudei standard to compare to. As blatant as it's coloring is, it's counter-intuitively a light, gentle, weak kava with no tudei effects. 2) BKH Melo Melo - Quite potent by today's standards and very obviously DHM heavy. It's a heavy kava, not much different than Isa/Koniak...but results in a nice yellow noble color. Good effective kava, outstanding when mixed with something like Nangol, Nambawan or Mo'i. 3) Kava Time Ambae - Another relatively potent and balanced/heavy kava, a mix of Melo Melo and Borogu IIRC. Good stuff...yellow test result. 4) Kavafied Kava Supreme - Consistently balanced/heavy kava...and another with a pretty noticeable dose of DHM in it. Surprisingly light and clear yellow result. I expected yellow, but I didn't expect it to be the lightest yellow. 5) Wakanda Kava, Kava Tonga - Very light mild gentle Tongan root. It might be super 'heady' to those people who are receptive to headiness, but to me it just feels light and gentle. Light yellow test result. 6) Wakacon Waka - The most middle of the road, work horse kava. Very balanced, no extremes and no gaps in the effects spectrum. Not weak, but not potent. Possibly the best all around base kava, to mix either a super heady kava with or super heavy kava with. Yellow test result. 7) Mystery Waka (2014/15 Batch) - I recovered an old batch of strong 'Mystery Waka' from my Dead Best Friend™. -- I specifically remember this batch causing me the most tudei-like effects I've ever had, when I originally drank it. It scared me off the Mystery Waka for a while. However, I had H@rpo blind test it alongside a few others back in the day and his result was noble...likewise, my acetone test is yellow.