Laddered portfolio vs barbell portfolio

The q is

Based on Exhibit 2, relative to Portfolio C, Portfolio B:
A. has higher cash flow reinvestment risk.
B. is a more desirable portfolio for liquidity management.
C. provides less protection from yield curve shifts and twists.
The Answer is B.

Why is the answer not A as well? I get that its B and that’s fine but laddered portfolios can have higher cash flow reinvestment risk.

Laddered portfolio offers more maturity dates to mitigate the reinvestment risk. Because bonds maturing when interest rates are low may be offset by bonds maturing when rates are high.