This whole thing brewed some thoughts in my froth that I needed to filter out.
How could I be a cappuccino? What questions did I incorrectly answer? Perhaps that one about where I get my coffee. They never listed "all of the above" as an answer. And I am every coffee woman. It's ALL in me..... "What kind of guy are you least attracted to?" That says what about my coffee persona?? Clearly, the science in the questionnaire is lacking. (But, then, caffeine was never officially named the 119th element on the periodic table--CaF....not there!)
So, while I love my friend and our coffee times, she can continue to be a cappuccino, as that does seem more suitable for her. I, however, would need some new mixed-up concoction.
- Iced. Let's face it, it takes a little time for me to warm up to people and vice versa.
- Flavoring. Yes, because there's something sweet but intangible. Perhaps a hint of hazelnut...or cinnamon...mocha...depends on the day.
- Espresso. Strong dark coffee, to reflect my standing on solid ground (or grounds), though I fall short of being double-shot, red-eye strength.
- Cream. Only the real stuff...well, real milk, anyway. Half-n-half counts. Whipped, frothed, just poured in, iced.... When folks say, "You're so patient," or "You're so at peace," I point to the cream. (Someone added that in--not me!)
So where was all that on the quiz? Science has a new area to pursue today. OK...time for a Mr. Coffee-brewed, 1/4 teaspoon-sugared, half-n-half-topped mug in my kitchen with my girls....