NEW YORK, Feb. 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- To start Valentine's Day morning right, what your partner wants most won't cost you. Nearly half of Americans (43%) said what they want most in the A.M. is either for you to initiate sex, make them coffee and breakfast, or confess your love, according to a new survey by HiLine Coffee Company, makers of Nespresso compatible coffee capsules. So set your alarm a bit earlier, brew an espresso and get to it!
You can even skip the flowers, chocolate and jewelry this year, because more than half of respondents (52%) hope most for a nice dinner out, a quiet night at home with their partner, or to simply have sex on Valentine's Day. Less than a fifth of people combined (19%) wanted flowers, chocolate, jewelry, a sentimental card or letter, or a gift.
But don't put your pen down just yet. Love letters may be the answer to more sex. When asked what would make you want to have sex more often with your partner in general, receiving romantic love letters won out over doing more work around the house, flowers, coffee in bed or even if your partner looked more like a celebrity. Not much of a writer? Then you may want to take advantage of the romantic holiday to get some action now.
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The survey was conducted by YouGov Plc., a full service market research agency. Total sample size was 1151 adults. Fieldwork was undertaken between 7th - 10th February 2014. The survey was carried out online. The figures have been weighted and are representative of all US adults (aged 18+).
About HiLine Coffee Company
Founded by two coffee-loving best friends, Gene Kakaulin, a certified barista, and Ted Snyder, a serial entrepreneur, HiLine Coffee was created with the goal of bringing new quality to the emerging Nespresso coffee market at an affordable price. With its small size and limited production, the company is taking a fundamentally different approach to capsule coffee production with an emphasis on quality from the farm to cup, with no celebrity spokespeople or expensive boutiques.
For more information about HiLine Coffee, visit www.HiLineCoffee.com.
SOURCE HiLine Coffee Company