I think this poll would be more interesting if we could cross-correlate it with preferred styles of wines.
Agreed. I’m not sure what it is going to tell us taken in isolation. I’m also not sure there is going to be a strong correlation between coffee preferences and wine preferences.
Larry - You left out the “used half and half my whole life until a year ago, when I switched to whole milk and can’t think of going back.”
I thought there was going to be a separate poll about preferred wine types, and then you’d run some correlation tests.
I’ve long thought of doing something like this, but with apple types (e.g., Red Delicious versus Granny Smith), or maybe preferred desserts (e.g., chocolate cake versus biscotti).
Patience, grasshopper . . .
I guess we will see . . .
I always like how these polls never add up to 100%
Just answer the closest one that makes sense to you within the ‘restrictive’ nature of the poll itself if possible - and remember, this is just meant to be fun and informative!
I have my coffee rarely black, occasionally with sugar only, mostly with milk and sugar, and maybe a little too often like this:
Will we? You’re not asking people’s wine preferences so I’m not sure how we will see whether there is correlation. Will there be a follow-up poll?
I’m almost exclusively black, with the only deviation being the occasional irish coffee.
I enjoy the smell of coffee and coffee ice cream is a favorite of mine but I don’t drink coffee.
black or with 2% milk … or cappuccino… never sugar.
occasional treat was a Cordusio when they had it at Starbucks - which is like a super concentrated mocha.
Holy hell I’m the opposite. I used 2% or Whole milk my whole life with coffee until about two years ago when I switched to half/half and I cannot imagine switching back.
This is the most nonsensical guidance I’ve ever seen on any WB poll so far. So just to be clear, if I “need a bit of creamer” I should say I drink my coffee black, because I can physically drink my coffee black, but never do because I always ensure I have creamer at my house because I “need” creamer in my coffee to drink it the way I like to drink it. Or if I dislike the acidity of black coffee and so add sugar to counterbalance, I should still say I drink it black?
This is like, if you dislike syrah but will occasionally drink a CdP with small amounts of syrah, click that you like to drink syrah.
I only drink good quality coffee black and never put anything in it. All that other stuff is for pussies.
Dad, is that you?
Perhaps I should have stated it more clearly. Some people who can drink their coffee black choose not to do so because they like the ‘texture’ of having a splash of cream in their coffee . . . or perhaps they just like the color of a touch of cream in their coffee . . . but could drink their coffee black and enjoy it as well. So it’s not an issue of whether you can PHYSICALLY do so for we ALL can - but there are many reasons why one would not do so - just trying to simplify things. And if you put creamer in your coffee to cut the acidity, that means you can drink it black but choose not to for that specific reason.
what is the point (relating to wine) of this thread?
There tend to be some ‘tendencies’ based on your coffee preference - we’ll get into that after I have enough replies to have some statitistical significance if at all possible.