This number is a little hard to comprehend. Imagine what you would have to do in order to drink that many cups of coffee.
For example, it would take someone who drinks one cup of coffee per day for 1 year, 4 days and 22 hours to finish that much coffee. If you drink 2 cups of coffee per day, it would take just under 5 years to finish 2.25 cups.
The world consumes close to 2.25B cups of coffee daily
Coffee – the beverage that wakes us up and keeps us going throughout the day. It’s one of those drinks that we find difficult to work without, and we just love its taste! There is nothing like a good cup of coffee on a cold winter morning or after a big lunch.
Coffee consumption around the world is not the same as some countries, such as Canada and Australia, drink more than double the amount of java than others such as Thailand and Japan.
In fact, Canadians consume 1.87 cups every day – only behind their neighbor, Americans (3 cups).
Brazilians top the list by a long margin. They drink a whopping 4.3 cups daily, while the average Brazilian drinks coffee three times a day!
Although these numbers might be shocking, the truth is that many of us have no idea how much we actually consume. The number seems to be increasing every year since Costa Coffee, one of the UK’s leading coffee chains, announced an average of 5 extra cups of coffee every day in the UK.
Followed by Brazil, Columbia tops the list for the most caffeinated country with 4.2 cups per day. Meanwhile, the Swiss are the least coffee-obsessed people around – they drink just 0.6 cups per day!
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