Imagine heading to a local café and ordering hot chocolate. They serve it to you in a white cup. Chances are, you won’t like your drink. That’s not an indication of the quality of the café or the hot chocolate, but rather the color of the cup.This conclusion is based on a study by the Polytechnic University of Valencia and the University of Oxford. The universities served hot chocolate in white, cream, red, and orange cups. The drinks were identical, but volunteers claimed that the flavor was better when the drink was served in an orange or cream-colored cup.