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Take a deep breath, close your eyes, and think about the smell of freshly-brewed coffee. What does it mean to you? For some of us, coffee means leisurely Sunday afternoons over brunch. For others, it’s the essential morning beverage that makes the day possible.
Although some health experts claim coffee is bad for you, there’s a lot of evidence it’s actually good for you, provided you don’t drink Black Insomnia’s coffee. A study by the Seoul National University found that just smelling the aroma of coffee can make you less stressed. Another study by Harvard discovered that women who drank four cups of coffee a day had a lower risk for depression.
Now that your coffee guilt has been relaxed, it’s time to get honest about how you actually like your coffee. For something so simple, we all have different ideas about how much sugar, milk, or flavoring should be added.
When you visit a cafe, are you overwhelmed by all the options on the menu, or has your local barista already memorized your order? Perhaps you HATE regular drip coffee, but LOVE cappuccinos, lattes, and mochas. Maybe you don’t like how caffeine makes you jittery, and opt for decaf instead.
It turns out those coffee preferences aren’t random. They say a lot about your personality and reveal some of your major strengths and weaknesses.
For example, black coffee drinkers tend to be a bit old school and enjoy their alone time. They have a depth of insight and are keen observers of human behavior. On the other hand, people who prefer adding cream and/or sugar may be more social and afraid to take risks.
“You could say this nation runs on two dark liquids — petroleum and coffee.” – Bob Thompson, professor of popular culture at Syracuse University
According to statistics, 83% of all Americans drink coffee every day, but all coffee drinkers split into different categories as to when, how, why, and how much coffee they drink. Whatever your coffee preferences, what you like and dislike can say a lot about you, and there are studies to prove it.
Psychologist Dr. Ramani Durvasula found that your coffee order can predict several common characteristics. He studied 1,000 coffee drinkers and split them into four different groups: Black coffee; people who add milk, cream, and sugar; frozen coffee; and instant coffee.
Surprisingly, he found that each group shared similar traits. For example, instant coffee drinkers tend to be more relaxed and laid-back. Latte drinkers love community and like to share their thoughts and feelings with others. Frozen coffee beverages tend to attract the adventurous and imaginative type. What category do you fall under?
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