So, what is your coffee preference?
How do you like your coffee? With cream and sugar, flavored, a complicated mixture of things, or straight-up black?
These coffee preferences may best describe your personality.
Whether you have a cup of coffee in your hand all day or just need a little boost in the morning, how you drink your coffee and what kind of coffee you drink says a lot about your personality.
1) Those people who take cream and sugar with their coffee are good at being pleasant and small talk. If you don’t have anything nice to say, you can just sit back and sip your coffee.
2) Then there are the folks who need flavored coffee. Sure, a peppermint flavor or a little hazelnut can have its place once in a while, but it’s not an everyday flavor. You’re the kind of person who needs to mix it up all the time and always have a surprise in store!
3) If your coffee type is a complicated one that’s ordered in a coffee shop where you need to say several words to describe it, my guess is that you’re the type of person who showers and puts on makeup before heading to the gym. Well, maybe that’s not all bad!!
4) For those of you who drink straight-up black coffee, I’m assuming you’re a get-it-done person. No muss, no fuss. You take your coffee straight up, and you dish it out straight, too. Chances are I’d have a coffee with you.
The kind of coffee – Dark Roast, French Vanilla, Dark Roast Decaf and everything in between will be left for another time. Frankly, for me it depends on my mood and the time of day as to the kind of coffee I prefer…although, I don’t like it too strong!
What about your coffee preferences and the pandemic? A majority of respondents (59%) said the pandemic disrupted their coffee habits in a way they weren't expecting! Nearly half (46%) of American coffee drinkers have tried different types of coffee at home since they weren't able to visit their favorite coffee shop. Some individuals (42%) even tried to recreate their favorite go-to coffee orders at home...including latte art!
While the pandemic kept most people at home, cold coffee drinkers were more likely to experience cabin fever than their hot coffee counterparts. Pre-pandemic cold coffee drinkers said they would travel three times per year, versus two times a year for their hot coffee peers.
Cold coffee drinkers are more inclined to spend their time browsing Instagram (27%) while hot coffee drinkers spend more time on Facebook (35%).
The study also revealed that having a preferred temperature of coffee can even affect one's taste buds. Eight in 10 cold coffee drinkers prefer sweeter, fancier drinks featuring flavored syrups. Twp-thirds (67%) of hot coffee drinkers, however, would rather have a simple cup with cream, sugar or both.
So…What about you? How do you like your coffee…what is your coffee preference? Leave a ‘Comment’ below!
What is Your Coffee Preference?