What Your Coffee Order Says About You


Coffee drinkers really like to tell you what do you and what life’s about. As evidenced here and here. Now, in a comic collection of your “average” coffee consumer, The Multiple Personalities of Coffee guide helps you distinguish the “Addict” from the “Snob”.

Apparently, whether you like to sneak in a little Kahlua in your morning cup of Joe or have a penchant for instant coffee, what you drink can be quite telling. So, prepare yourself for amusingly nonsensical associations such as business men (and women) always reach for the red eye (because business trips) and Americanos (for political reasons). It’s all in good fun but hey, who knows, you might unearth your deepest, darkest secrets within this chart. You ex-tea drinker, you.

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Apparently, This is What Your Favorite Coffee Drink Says About You


From the lovely blogger who brought you 8 Things You Probably Didn’t Know About Sushi, comes another dreamy infographic. This time, Ryoko Iwata brings caffeine lovers a personality chart based on their favorite way to drink coffee.

According to the illustrated chart, espresso drinks tend to be hard-working leaders, frappuccino drinkers are trend setters, and instant coffee drinkers like to procrastinate. As for those who opt for soymilk in their morning cup o’ Joe? They’re self-righteous, self-centered, and high-maintenance (and personally sound like a downright bore).

Of course, we recommend taking this entire personality-to-coffee business with a dash of half-and-half.



31 Beautiful, Simple Ways to Drink Your Coffee Around the World [INFOGRAPHIC]


While the standard espresso drinks in the States consist of a macchiato, cappuccino, red eye, latte, etc., when you peek around the corner at how the rest of the world takes their coffee, you’ll be impressed at the variety. In Italy, Espresso Romano consists of a lemon slice dropped in an espresso. In Austria, a Wiener Melange layers a cup of espresso, an egg yolk, brown sugar and whipped cream. In Spain, honey gets topped with an espresso, steamed milk and cinnamon.

Yet this inforgraphic delves just a little deeper than that, providing acute bits of coffee culture. For instance, Italian coffee bars aren’t meant for socializing and laptop camping, as it’s customary for patrons to drink coffee standing up. As for forgetful husbands who forget to fill the family coffee pot? This used to be a veritable reason for a wife to divorce her husband in Turkey. Yikes.


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