How much does a cup of coffee cost in your country?


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  • Small black coffees vary from £1 to £2-50 in UK. Specialist coffees are anything up to £3. Large ones even more.

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  • $1.50 - $5.00

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  • no idea... i never buy coffee from shitty shops and i prefer pepsi anyway... :p

    anyway makin yer own coffee at home is muuuuuuuch cheaper than buyin it from a shop

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  • About 15 SEK

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  • I got my last package of coffee for free and it can make up to 240 cups. Water is pretty cheap. The coffee maker was paid for by GaG several years ago. So close to free...

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  • rare less than $1.50 usually $6

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  • From 25 cents to 7 dollars (in the hotels). But most of the times it's 25 cents to 1 dollar.

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  • about £2.50 from costa rip off

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  • 2.50 in the US

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  • Around 2 euro

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  • 3.5 dollars

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  • 1 to 5 USD depending on what kind you get

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  • 25 rupees,45 rupees,75rupees,100 rupees.
    The place where you go.

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  • Max 200 rupees

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What Girls Said 7

  • Around 2-4 $ CAD

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  • I don't even know, I don't drink coffee.

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  • Most places $2.25 to $2.75 USD if not gourmet

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  • You can find coffee from 1 euro up to 5, I think..

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  • I have no idea.

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  • About 3.5-5 CHF in a coffee shop.
    Starbucks is even more expensive.

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  • Depends on the kind of coffee. For a regular brewed coffee it's generally $2-$4. For a fancier drink like a latte or mocha, it can range from $4-$6. I'm from the midwest in the United States so that's just the normal in my region of the country.

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