BRice, I like how you think . . . and that you think . . . . .I would have the same question . . . OFten a preference is simply a bias; an experience that forged the attachment for a particular bird. FOr example I grew up with ONLY brown eggs. In my early 20's I saw a white egg and thought it strange, like it wasn't even an egg. I needed brown eggs to cook and eat. WHile I do find this a bit comical now, I better understand how people develop brand loyalty. Logic doesn't enter into the formula. lol And these days? I have a wide variety of egg colors: the more the merrier. ANd I do want to add white as I don't have that yet. So does a black bresse taste better than a white?? That is the benefit of a taste test using a professional panel.