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This is where you will drink the most expensive and also cheapest coffee

Magazine Travel news This is where you will drink the most expensive and also cheapest...

The British company “Service Partner ONE” published the document “Coffee Price Index”, which analyzes the prices of coffee in the countries of the world for 2016, as well as the quantities of coffee consumed in those countries.

It has been determined that Zurich sells coffee at the most expensive price, while this hot beverage is the cheapest in Rio de Janeiro.

While in Brazil you pay an average of 0.98 euros per cup, for coffee in Zurich you will pay 3.40 euros. The average is calculated based on the prices of coffee consumed in the house, office, cafes and Starbucks.

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Starbucks has the highest prices. Rio de Janeiro and Sao Paulo in Brazil have the lowest prices of coffee and this brand – 1.41 euros, while you will pay the most in the Swiss cities of Geneva, Bern, Basel and Zurich – 5.76 euros.

When it comes to quantity, the least coffee is consumed by the inhabitants of Hanoi, Vietnam – 0.4 kilograms per capita, and the most in Helsinki, Finland – 9.6 kilograms per capita.

The countries of the Balkans, the Middle East, Russia and Africa are not included in the research.

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