Offbeat What Is The Coffee-Pouring Puzzle?

17:56  13 november  2017
17:56  13 november  2017 Source:   Newsweek

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People have been stewing over the correct answer to a coffee -themed puzzle . A Twitter user shared the logic quiz, in which coffee is poured into a network of pipes leading to four different cups, on Thursday.

You want to wait a few minutes before you drink the coffee , and you want it to be as hot as possible when you drink it. Should you pour the cream in the coffee This one is a bit of tricky river crossing puzzle than you might have solved till now.

Coffee is served at a coffee shop in Medellin on October 28, 2017. October is the peak of the high season coffee harvest in the region of Ciudad Bolivar, one of Colombia's most productive coffee towns, employing over 25000 coffee pickers from all over the country between October and December.: 11_12_coffee© Joaquin Sarmiento/AFP/Getty Images 11_12_coffee

If you want to solve the latest viral internet head-scratcher, you'd better have some coffee first.

Twitter user @Purp originally shared a coffee-lover's brainteaser on Thursday afternoon and it quickly got nearly 2,000 comments and another 2,000 retweets.

The game involves a photograph which shows a hand pouring coffee down a series of pipes, which lead into four different cups. Players are asked to guess which of of the four labeled cups would fill first.

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