Order Your Kopi And We'll Tell You What Kind Of Person You Are

Forget what Harry Potter house you belong in, or whether you’re an Aries or Virgo.

Kopi, however you drink it, tells a lot about your personality.

There are plenty of ways that one can enjoy Kopi (some better than others of course), everyone has a special order that they swear by.

1. Kopi O Kosong

By far, the most authentic way to enjoy your Kopi.

Just like the kopi, the authenticity resonates with all the things that you do.

No sugar no milk. You don’t sugarcoat your opinions because you know people will either love you or hate you – might as well keep it real with them.

Your friends come to you for advice because they know you’re the best person to turn to in times of need. Others may shy away when the going gets tough, but not you. You’re a strong and tough one.

2. Kopi

You’re basic, just like your kopi.

Undoubtedly, the safest and simplest way to consume your kopi. Just the right kopi-milk-sugar ratio, you blend in with the rest.

You’re less likely to end up with a poorly made cup of kopi but you’re also less likely to be remembered at any social events.

But just like regular kopi, you’ve got everything sorted out. You’ve got life all figured out.

3. Kopi C

You’re skinny like Taylor Swift in an evening gown.

Regular Kopi is not gonna work because you have to watch that waistline of yours.

Your diet consists of avocado toasts and acai bowls. You have Aerial Yoga on weekdays and weekends are for CruCycling.

Your fitspo is Sandra Riley Tang and you ONLY buy Lululemon tights.

4. Kopi Siew Dai

While others prefer their coffee bitter or sweet, you’re right in the middle.

You’re the perfect balance.

It’s not that you don’t like bitter or sweet coffee, you just prefer it that way. It’s just who you are.

You’re a cautious individual who appreciates moderations in all aspect of your life. Your significant other loves you because you give moderately and don’t ask for too much in return either. You make the perfect partner.

5. Kopi Ga Dai

You’re the opposite of your sibling, Kopi Siew Dai. You live life to your fullest (and most diabetic).

You enjoy your kopi with lots of milk and sugar because you swear that’s how kopi should be enjoyed.

You probably order a double McSpicy because you don’t know fear. It’s not in your dictionary but it’s definitely in your menu. You eat it for breakfast. Fear is afraid of you.

However, you may also be a little too reckless. So order your Kopi Ga Dai in a cup instead of a plastic bag. Go big or go hospital, as they say.

6. Kopi Peng

While some may enjoy their kopi hot, you love it cold. You’re like the rainbow after the rain. The calm before the storm.

You’re a ray of sunshine and everybody loves you. Especially in Singapore’s ridiculous weather, everyone comes running to you.

You’re the unsung hero of Singapore. We love you and we appreciate you.

7. Kopi Gu You

Only 2.8% of you make up the Kopi Gu Yao clan.

You’re punk rock in a world of pop. You break the status quo.

There’s no such thing as regular kopi in your world.

Your mantra? You’re not hardcore unless you live hardcore. Also, you’re slightly insane and we’re all afraid of you.

9. Kopi Cino

You’re a true millennial.

Instead of Instagramming a tall soy latte frappucino, two pumps of vanilla, whip, double shot of espresso, extra hot but not too hot, from Starbucks, your “Iced Coffee” comes in a plastic bag because #Original.

If you could rename Kopi Cino, you’d probably spell it as KP CN because who cares for vowels anymore?

You love being extra and every single one of your Instagram posts has an emoji for a caption because words are overrated.

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