What Are Your Coffee Habits?

A study by Harvard reveals that drinking coffee may increase your lifespan. Researcher Walter Willett says:

“In our study, we found people who drank three to five cups of coffee per day had about a 15 percent lower [risk of premature] mortality compared to people who didn’t drink coffee.”
– 25% of singles say coffee is a great first date activity (the dating app Coffee Meets Bagel)
– 50% of people say their first tea or coffee of the day makes them feel automatically better.(Triton Showers)
– 11% of people are willing to go without their morning coffee in order to get more sleep.(Leesa Sleep)
– 66% of women say their partner waking them up with a cup of coffee in the morning is more romantic than being gifted with an expensive handbag or shoes (Moccona)
– 31% of men and 52% of women prefer to meet at a coffee shop on a first date (the dating app Clover)
– the average person consumes 24 pounds of coffee a year (Visual Economics)
– top hangover cures: strong coffee (21%), a breakfast roll (19%) and a brisk walk (11%) (the supplement company Lifeline Hangover Defense)
– 9% of married couples met at a coffee shop (Voucher Cloud)
– the average employee downs three cups of coffee or tea at work (Dole)
– 69% of Americans would give up coffee to keep the Internet on for a year (The Boston Consulting Group)
– the average person consumes 13 cups of coffee per week (7-Eleven)
– 46% of people drink coffee to stay awake while driving (Continental)
– A new survey by Nair reveals that 48% of young women would give up coffee for a month in exchange for no body hair for a year.
– 49% of people won’t date someone who drinks instant coffee (dating app TwoPeas)
– A survey by the investing app Acorns reveals that 35% of Millennials have spent more money on coffee than investing in their retirement.
– 20% of singles say a coffee date is best for a first date (YourTango)

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