In what country is coffee the most popular drink?

In what country is coffee the most popular drink?

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  1. The top coffee-producing countries globally are Brazil, Vietnam, and Colombia
    1. Finland – 12 kilograms (26 lbs.)
    Finland is the biggest consumer of coffee globally on a per-person basis—the average Finn drinks nearly four cups a day. Coffee is so popular in Finland that two 10-minute coffee breaks are legally mandated for Finnish workers.
    2. Norway – 9.9 kilograms (22 lbs.)
    Norwegians drink more than three cups of coffee a day. Coffee houses are popular in Norway, and unlike in the United States, they are primarily places to socialize, not to work or to carry a drink out.
    3. Iceland – 9 kilograms (20 lbs.)
    Beer was not legal in Iceland until 1987, and wine is costly, so coffee has long been the most essential social drink in the country. It is customary in Iceland to offer any visitor a cup of coffee, and Icelanders have a stock reply, tíu dropar, or “ten drops,” to indicate that they just want a small cup.
    4. Denmark – 8.7 kilograms (19 lbs.)
    In Denmark, the word kaffeslabberas means an informal social gathering where coffee and cake is offered, often after dinner. At weddings, people will often be explicitly invited for the bryllupskaffe or wedding coffee reception.
    5. Netherlands – 8.4 kilograms (19 lbs.)
    Dutch merchants first introduced coffee to the West, shipping entire coffee plants from the Yemeni port of Mocha to India and Indonesia, where they were grown on plantations to supply beans to Europe.
    6. Sweden – 8.2 kilograms (18 lbs.)
    Swedes have a word, Fika, to describe an extended coffee break from work where you socialize with friends. Swedes spend on average 9.5 days per year having a fikarast.
    7. Switzerland – 7.9 kilograms (17 lbs.)
    The Swiss combined coffee and wine to create a popular drink, Luzerner Kafi, which is red wine added to thin coffee with sugar. The Swiss also created Nespresso, one of the most popular coffee brands in the world.
    8. Belguim – 6.8 kilograms (15 lbs.)
    The Belgian cities of Brussels and Antwerp have thousands of coffee houses, including Wittamer’s, which serves brûlot, an espresso drink of sugar, cinnamon, cloves, shredded lemon peel, and warm cognac set alight.
    9. Luxembourg – 6.5 kilograms (14 lbs.)
    Despite being one of the world’s smallest countries, Luxembourg has thousands of coffee houses, from elegant houses with white linen table cloths to small, stand-up coffee bars.
    10. Canada – 6.5 kilograms (14 lbs.)
    The only country in the top ten not in Europe, Canada spawned one of the world’s first coffee chains, Tim Horton’s, which makes three out of every four cups of coffee sold in Canada.

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  2. Finland
    Finland is the world’s top coffee consuming nation per capita. There is a report from Nordic Coffee Culture which found that 6% of Finnish women and 14% of Finnish men drink more than ten cups of coffee per day.

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  3. You might think the US tops the list of the world’s greatest coffee consumers. You’d be wrong.

    In what country is coffee the most popular drink?

    The World’s 20 Biggest Coffee Drinkers in pounds per capita per year:
    1. Finland – 26.5 lbs
    2. Norway – 21.8 lbs
    3. Iceland – 19.8 lbs
    4. Denmark – 19.18 lbs
    5. Netherlands – 18.5 lbs
    6. Sweden – 18 lbs
    7. Switzerland – 17.4 lbs
    8. Belgium – 14.9 lbs
    9. Luxembourg – 14 lbs
    10. Canada – 13.7 lbs
    11. Bosnia and Herzegovina – 13.4 lbs
    12. Austria – 13 lbs
    13. Italy – 12.8 lbs
    14. Slovenia – 12.8 lbs
    15. Brazil – 12.1 lbs
    16. Germany – 12.1 lb…

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  4. Brazil is a must to offer a” cafecinho” when you arrive to any ones home or
    business and you can even buy it at the beach by walking vendors!!
    May be North America and Italy too as well as many Central
    American countries…

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