With approximately 5.1 kg per capita per year coffee consumption, Luxembourg is the 1oth highest coffee loving nation in the worlld.
Canadians have a growing coffee culture, with coffee shops being a common sight in cities across the country. Each Individual consumes 5.3 kg coffee every year.
Belgians have a love for both coffee and chocolate, often pairing the two. Each Belgian has almost 6.4kg intake of coffee every year.
Coffee is a staple in Swiss households, and espresso is a popular choice in cafes. Every person in Switzerland consumes 6.5kg coffee every year.
Dutch coffee consumption is high, and they are known for their preference for filter coffee. Dutch people consume nearly 20gm coffee daily.
AMERICA is the largest consumer of Coffee in the world with an astonishing consumption of 26,651,000 bags. While the per capita consumption is 4.2kg per year.
IINDIA being the most populated country in the world has a consumption of merely 1.2 Million bags with per individual intake of 12 cups of coffee in an entire year.
Swedes have a rich coffee tradition, with "fika" being a well-known concept that involves taking a coffee break with friends or colleagues. Swedes consume approximately 8.2 kg coffee per capita per year
Coffee consumption is a daily ritual for many Danes, and they are known for their preference for high-quality coffee. The cold weather makes it a popular beverage with an yearly intake of 8.7kgs.
Icelanders have a strong coffee culture, and coffeehouses are popular meeting places. They also have a tradition called "kaffi og kaka" (coffee and cake) for afternoon coffee breaks.
Norwegians are avid coffee drinkers, often enjoying it throughout the day. Coffee is an essential part of social gatherings and everyday life in Norway.
Finland has consistently ranked as the top coffee-consuming nations per capita. Finnish coffee culture is deeply ingrained in daily life, and coffee breaks, or "kahvitauko," are a common practice.
Every Finnish Individual consumes 1000gm coffee every month.