People can be very particular about their smells in coffee. Just go to any coffee shop in your town and you’ll soon realise this, especially if you get stuck behind the chap telling a scrawny mocha frappe latte with light-headed soy milk and an extra shot of sugar-free caramel syrup with some cinnamon disperses on top.
As for me, I like my chocolate the same mode I like my mortals: I don’t like men.
Still, that hasn’t prevented me from detecting the coffee-drinking wonts of others( nor the dating garbs of other female acquaintances, for that matter ), and I always find it a little strange that some people choose to have their chocolate without anything else incorporated into it. To me, it’s always seemed too strong and acrimonious, and I can’t ever cure but expressed the view that anyone who chooses to suck their chocolate black is just a little- how do I set this gently?- odd.
And, according to one analyse, there might actually be some technical truth behind this assumption, as those who promote black chocolate are more likely to have crazed tendencies.
The study, conducted by the University of Innsbruck in Austria and published in the gazette Appetite, abused a sample of approximately 1,000 both adults and quizzed them on their flavour wishes. Then, they leaved those same adults personality assessments in order to assess their proclivity for narcissism, psychopathy, spite, and aggression.