What is Your Coffee Drinking Personality?
“Do you want to grab a cup of coffee?”
The popular pick up line, “Do you want to grab a cup of coffee?” is still commonly used in today's dating world. Going on dates can be a daunting experience. Thanks to a recent study, meeting for coffee can actually help you weed out the crazies from the potentials. So the next time you’re wondering if your date has any long term potential, pay attention to the coffee drink that they order.
Alan Hirsch, MD, neurologist and author of What’s Your Food Sign?, surveyed 18,631 women and men about their coffee drink preferences and personalities. His result is quite interesting- there’s a correlation between the two!
In addition, body language experts Judi James and James Moore decipher what your caffeine fix reveals about your self esteem and personality traits. In their new book, The You Code, James and Moore dissected the different personalities associated with the types of coffee drinkers.
Is it true? Who knows, but wouldn’t it be fun to find out?
BLACK COFFEE DRINKER: Sharp, neat, and to the point. Black coffee drinkers are considered minimalists. No sugar-coating, no faking, and no drama. They are usually associated with high flyers and professionals. Consult these coffee drinkers on money advice. Don’t be surprised if their piggy banks are quite obese.
ESPRESSO DRINKER: This person is known as an experienced, exciting, and energetic partner. They are fast talkers, always looking for a good time. The downside is they tend to be moody.
CAPPUCCINO DRINKER: People who drink cappuccinos are cute, loving, and warm. They are usually passionate and caring. Since they are creative, honest, kind and hard working, they put a lot of effort into personal relationships. Like their drink, cappuccino drinkers are all frothy and bubbly. They enjoy sex but are easily bored by an unimaginative partner.
LATTE DRINKER: They like to savour their coffee, taking time to ponder life’s complexities. They are indecisive, usually lets their partners make the decision. They are super laid back, calm, and appreciate chivalry in a man. They are very supportive in a relationship.
MOCHA DRINKER: They are complete romantics and love to be in love. They can be very affectionate, compassionate, and insightful. These spontaneous flirts are unreliable and have a hard time committing to long term relationships.
FRAPPUCINO DRINKER: They are trend setters. Full of life and an adventurous spirit, they like to mix things up. Unlike the cappuccino drinker, they are more on the extroverted side, and makes friends easily. Usually known as life of the party, they are always looking for new activities and would never turn down a challenge. They usually need someone who can put them in check once in a while. They make exciting sex partners in bed.
DECAF SOY MILK DRINKER: A self-righteous, attention seeker with a tendency to be picky, fussy, and squeamish in the bedroom. This person is usually high maintenance.
The Cappuccino Drinker
World's most expensive coffee: Kopi Luwak
Fun facts about coffee!
Did you know...
- Kopi Luwak is considered to be the rarest and most expensive in the world! It is grown in Indonesia. The Asian palm civet (looks like a weasel-like animal), eats berries for their fleshy pulp. As the beans are digested, internal digestive tract adds a unique milder flavor to the beans. They are excreted intact from the animal’s feces, gathered, washed, dried and roasted. It costs about $50 per cup!
- Coffee grows on trees, up to 30 feet tall! The coffee bean is a seed inside of a red berry. The berries are picked, dried, and stripped down to a green-colored bean. The beans are roasted at 500 F until they start to “pop” and double in size like popcorn. Light roast coffee has MORE caffeine since the longer coffee is roasted the more caffeine is cooked out of the bean.
- Seattle has the most number of coffee shops per capital in the U.S. (35 per 100,000). Hawaii is the only U.S. state that grows coffee. It is also grown in Puerto Rico, a U.S. territory.
- Americans drink 400 million cups of coffee/day, making the U.S. the leading consumer of coffee in the world.
- Japanese people bathe in coffee grounds fermented with pineapple pulp to improve their skin and reduce wrinkles.