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    I saw an instagram post by a coffee store I follow - Gustatory - and it read: "So, if a takeaway coffee from St*rbucks is 3.00, one coffee a day in one week will cost you 21.00. Did you know that you could receive 3 bags of high-quality speciality coffee by subscription for the same price? If each of these 3 bags contains 250g of wholebeans inside to make 10-15 coffees, you could make 30-45 coffees at home. That would probably last you a whole month... We're no finance advisors, but what are you waiting for? Better quality and cheaper. Win win. Sorry St*rbucks."

    Original source - https://www.instagram.com/p/B4UcvOPhBK6/. Thought that post was quite apt for this topic! This is them: https://www.gustatory.co/

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    Honestly idk what I spend on coffee! If I learned how to roast I think it would be much cheaper!

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    It`s very good question. There are some statistics how much spend money on the coffee male and female. On average, the women polled spent $2,327 dollars a year on coffee, while the men spent around $1,934. It`s incredible.

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    personally, I think I spend about $20 for coffee and $10 pastry per week.
    Not so sure whether it is within average or not.

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    I drink coffee for free due to my job. If I was to spend money on coffee I would be over $5k a year. Thats being conservative. I have cut back my consumption to about six 16 oz cups a day black coffee a day. That works out to just under $15 a day. I am so glad I get free coffee.
    "Wine is for aging, not coffee."
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    Quote Originally Posted by BIC View Post
    personally, I think I spend about $20 for coffee and $10 pastry per week.
    Not so sure whether it is within average or not.
    i almost forgot (just remembered after seeing topher's posting ha ha ha)
    I am also in coffee industry, so whenever I come back from Guatemala, I bring a lot of green beans and roast them at home.
    i guess that (home roasting and drinking my own coffee) could be 90% of total my coffee consumption.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BIC View Post
    i almost forgot (just remembered after seeing topher's posting ha ha ha)
    I am also in coffee industry, so whenever I come back from Guatemala, I bring a lot of green beans and roast them at home.
    i guess that (home roasting and drinking my own coffee) could be 90% of total my coffee consumption.
    I would love to buys some beans from you if u ever have any available

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    Quote Originally Posted by wstsider View Post
    I would love to buys some beans from you if u ever have any available
    thank you very much, but we are green bean exporter from Guatemala, so we sell our coffee as FOB Guatemala term.
    we do not have any green beans in stock in USA.
    thanks again.

 

 
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