Seattle and coffee truly go together like PB & J. We’re the homeplace of coffee giant Starbucks and have an amazing assortment of locally-owned coffee shops as well. Roasty Coffee wanted to see which cities love their coffee the most and unsurprisingly, Seattle came out as the most caffeinated city in the States.
Seattle also ranked #4 for the city that loves pumpkin spice lattes the most. In order to determine these rankings, Roasty Coffee looked at coffee-related search terms on Google. Some of those terms included “coffee,” “coffee near me” and “coffee shops near me.”
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Some things truly never change and with unique coffee brands like Wunderground and Atomo continuing to pop, it’s likely Seattle will continue to have a stronghold on the coffee world. But of course, there are some other cities that are right on our tail for their love of coffee. Denver, CO came in #2, Portland, OR #3, Minneapolis, MN #4, and San Francisco, CA #5.
Let this be a reminder or maybe an excuse to pay your favorite coffee shop a visit. In the meantime, you can check out all of the coffee-loving data by clicking here.
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