One of my barometers of how expensive it is in a city is how expensive the fancy drinks are at my coffee favourite, Starbucks.
If you are in Zurich, Switzerland be prepared to fork out a whopping $6.69 compared to just $1.49 in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil.
The survey discovered the price of a Starbucks latte in 30 countries around the world.
The study was compiled by Thrillist who analysed the cost of grande lattes around the world last month.
Wouldn’t it make sense that some of the cheapest cups are available in South America? That’s where a great deal of coffee is grown, it only makes sense that it would be less expensive there, and in Switzerland where probably no coffee is grown is the most expensive.
@Captain Obvious doesn’t explain Vancouver, Dublin or Sydney (which are NOT coffee-producing countries)
Thanks! I agree – some of the pricing relates to supply/demand.
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