Coffee costs a lot, but it’s not the only thing that is expensive.
What if the coffee you are drinking cost less than the price of the other drinks?
That’s the question raised by researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and their work.
They examined the cost of coffee in the US and the UK and found that the price difference between them is actually about 30 cents a cup.
In the US, this is about 4% of the price per cup.
In the UK, the cost is about 10% of a cup, or about $3.00.
But that doesn’t mean you have to buy coffee at the same price.
In fact, the average price of a standard mug of coffee is about $1.50 per cup in the UK.
The average cost of a premium mug is about 2% of that, or $0.60.
Here is a table of the differences in the cost for the two countries.
This is an average of all the drinks on the table, and it is the most comprehensive table of cost and difference in cost.
If you want to read more, check out the full paper.
If you would like to share this post on Facebook, please use the social media buttons below. Thank you.