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- 10-27-2012, 06:01 AM #1
I was just wondering about the coffee price in different countries/states/areas. What is the price of coffee in your country/state/area? I know there will be different brands definitely but I just want to know the price of an average coffee which is most famous there? (You can mention the price in your local currency).
- 10-27-2012, 11:33 AM #2
OK, so first off, the majority of coffee sold in these parts is instant (at least in the supermarket) and depending on the brand and the size of the package it runs between $0.10 (single serving size) and $5 (which is enough for about 60 cups so about $0.08 a cup)
Coffee bought in restaurants and coffee chains runs anywhere from $0.05 per cup to $5 per cup (being most expensive)
It all depends as I mentioned
- 10-28-2012, 08:50 AM #3
of course its so different. if in country who import coffee maybe it will be more expensive than the country who produce the coffee. like in my country. i can enjoy cup of coffee for less than $1. $1 will make 5 cup of coffee.
- 10-28-2012, 09:12 AM #4
- 10-28-2012, 09:17 AM #5
MyMugsHalfFull:: You say instant coffee is the norm in your neck of the woods? Where are you located?
Even here in the midwest, (Iowa) specialty coffee is becoming the norm.
- 10-28-2012, 11:52 AM #6
I know that in my travels in Europe instant was the most common. Even hotel rooms had instant coffee in them. Here in Canada a large coffee at most 7/11,Mcdonalds and Tim Hortons are around $1.50 to $1.80 and most restaurants are in this price range. Most coffee shops are also in this range, with lattes and cap's in the $3.00 range.
- 10-28-2012, 05:11 PM #7
- 11-03-2012, 01:57 AM #8
Sorry for not being extremely clear in my question.
I was actually asking about both "unmade" (instant) coffee and also the one which is available in "restaurant".
OMG, coffee is quite cheap in your part of the world especially the one bought in restaurants.
How is the quality of coffee which is available for $0.05 in the restaurants? Is it pretty good? OMG, I mean 20 cups of coffee in just $1? Amazing,,,.....
- 11-03-2012, 06:54 PM #9
However, good quality, generally runs about $0.75 to $1.00.
If you want good/cheap coffee than you will want to stay away from the hotels and larger food chains.
- 11-06-2012, 03:44 AM #10
I know generally, the standard of coffee which is available at bus stops/train stations and even at the air-ports is not good. But still, if that is available for $0.05 (small cup), that is pretty nice to serve that "waking up" purpose.
Good quality coffee for $1 is still pretty fine, according to my own opinion.
Yeah, larger food chains generally don't produce good quality coffee but in my vicinity (where I live), there are a few local cafes which really have really good coffee. However, these cafes are mainly for youngsters, not in the strict sense, but they have all the components to attract youngsters.SAY "I LOVE YOU" TO EVERYONE YOU WANT TO, BEFORE ITS TOO LATE !
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