World’s Coffee Obsessed Cities Indexed by BrewSmartly
BrewSmartly announced that Amsterdam is the most coffee obsessed capital city in the world indexed in the top spot, with 116 coffee shops per 100,000 population, serving coffee with an average rating of 4.03. BrewSmartly graded the most coffee obsessed capital cities based on three qualifying classification - average rating - coffee shops per capita (per 100,000 people to account for varying population sizes) - import value per capita (USD).
Dublin holds the second spot as the “coffee-obsessed” capital city in the world according to a new survey with 181 coffee shops per 100,000 people in the city, serving coffee with an average rating of 3.91 out of 5.
Bern and Paris are conjointly put in the third place with 54 and 45 coffee shops per 100,000 respectively. However the coffee shops’ quality in Paris scored 4.11 while for Bern are 3.95.
The overall scores out of 10 assigned to each city were based on a mix of the number of coffee shops per 100,000 population, the quality of the coffee they serve, and the value of coffee imported per capita. Dublin hit 7.95 out of 10, while Amsterdam led with 8.71. The quality of coffee was estimated based on collated online reviews of coffee shops.
Of the top five cities, People in Prague spend the least on coffee per person when it comes to imports, at $57.98 per capita. In Amsterdam, that figure was $220.44; $419.08 in Bern; $159.51 in Paris; and $94.94 in Dublin.
According to BrewSmartly index, most cities in the top 10 are in Europe, making the continent the most coffee-obsessed in the world. The US capital is placed at 18 with 138 coffee shop per 100,000, serving coffee with an average rating of 4.02 followed by London sits at joint-19th with Tokyo, but both cities’ coffee received higher rankings than Dublin when it came to quality, at 4.25 and 4.26 out of 5 respectively. In comparison to Dublin’s 181 coffee shops per 100,000 though, the UK capital has only 12, and the Japanese capital just 11.