Dr Oz: Coffee Order & Personality Traits
Dr Oz admitted that when he was a full-time surgeon he would never drink coffee because he was worried it would make his hands shake. But ever since he started his show, his cameraman Pauly would make him coffee in the afternoon. All he does is mix espresso with a little milk and cinnamon. He joked that he adds a little crushed kale as well.
Dr Oz explained that how you drink your coffee actually tells you a lot about your personality, including how you make decisions, how you handle stress, and your priorities. In fact, you may be surprised what your barista assumes about you based on your coffee order.
Dr Oz: Connection Between Coffee & Personality
According to one barista, when someone orders a cold brew, black, iced in the middle of winter, it means they’re adventurous and tough with “no shame in their game.”
According to another barista, when someone orders a mini latte, it means they’re looking for a new experience and want to try something new. Someone who orders an espresso can be in the moment with their coffee, while someone who orders a black coffee tends to be serious and knows exactly what they want with no frills.
Dr Oz: Coffee Personality Connection
Tia Brown joined Dr Oz after studying coffee patterns among her clients. For Tia, she admitted that she likes the ritual of coffee more than the actual flavor, but when she does drink coffee she drinks decaf. The caffeine gives her the jitters but she joked that she likes the way it feels to walk with a cup of coffee plus it’s a great way to get out of the office and get a little exercise.
But what she noticed in her own practice is that what kind of coffee as well as how and when you drink it can certainly tell a lot about your personality.
Dr Oz: What Black Coffee Order Means About Your Personality
According to Tia, if you drink your coffee black with nothing in it, you’re like the old-school purist. Black coffee drinkers tend to the the healthiest of the coffee drinkers, and typically like to keep things simple, are patient, quiet, and private.
It’s certainly efficient as well because you can get black coffee anywhere. But what if you struggle to drink coffee black? Try adding just a pinch of salt! That’s right, just a pinch of salt added to a cup of coffee can help with the bitterness and make it easier to drink. T.K. and Cynthia tried regular black coffee and then a cup with a pinch of salt and both admitted it was definitely easier to drink.
Dr Oz: What Your Latte, Frozen Coffee Order Means About You
If you tend to order a latte, there’s a good chance you’re a people pleaser who is generous with your time, which means you often take care of other people first. Dr Oz pointed out that his wife Lisa is certainly a latte drinker.
If you prefer frozen or blended coffee drinks, there’s a good chance you like trends and are a trendsetter. You’re also likely full of life but can’t say no to temptations and consume empty calories when you indulge in the beverage.
Dr Oz: Do You Order Decaf Or Soy Milk Coffee?
If you tend to order decaf or soy milk coffee, you’re likely a perfectionist who likes control and who tends to be a bit high maintenance. However, you may use soy milk because of dietary restrictions or health needs, so there’s nothing to be ashamed of if that’s the case!