New data has revealed that Finland is amongst the biggest consumers of coffee beans in the world.
Finns’ consumption of raw coffee per capita is an incredible 12 kilos a year. This compares with Italians consuming 5.7 kilos of coffee aficionado per year while Spaniards consume 4.5 kilos yearly.
However, Finland is not the biggest coffee consumer in the world in terms of consumption per capita; that honour goes to the tiny European nation of Luxembourg. But their 24 kilos a year is largely down to cross-border trade with Germany, a country full of coffee drinkers keen to purchase inexpensive coffee beans from its next door neighbour.
Contributed By Sonia Narula