Coffee is one of the world’s most beloved hot beverages.
While coffee drinking originated in Yemen in the 15th century, and the image of a Parisian cafe or a Roman espresso bar are often the first thought when it comes to the “home” of coffee drinkers, none of these nations break the top ten in terms of how much coffee each citizen consumes.
Here is a list about the countries which take their coffee very seriously, to the point where it is not only a beverage in the country, but a way of life. Some of them with consumption almost 5 cups a day.
There are varied phrases known as “coffee time” or “to have coffee” in different countries like “fika” in Sweden. Within this concept, the pairing of cookies or pastries is implied.
And also various types of blends like “caffè crema” in Switzerland, a type of espresso drink similar to an Americano… So as you’ll see hear there are many coffee cultures around the word which may be small countries, but their love for coffee is big
10 – Canada: 6.5 kg per capita
9 – Luxembourg: 6.5 kg per capita
8 – Belgium: 6.8 kg per capita
7 – Switzerland: 7.9 kg per capita
6 – Sweden: 8.2 kg per capita
5 – Netherlands: 8.4 kg per capita
4 – Denmark: 8.7 kg per capita
3 – Iceland: 9 kg per capita
2 – Norway: 9.9 kg per capita
1 – Finland: 12 kg per capita