You asked: Does Finland consume the most coffee?

In 2020, coffee consumption in Finland declined from the previous years, averaging 9.3 kilograms of roasted coffee per person. Over the past decade, the average coffee consumption per person stayed steadily around ten kilograms each year. Finland ranks among the world’s top coffee consuming nations per capita.

Does Finland drink the most coffee?

According to the International Coffee Association, each Finn consumes 12 kilograms of coffee per year. This makes Finland the second-largest country in the world for per capita coffee consumption.

Finland has the highest per capita consumption of coffee in the world. Total Finnish consumption of coffee in 2015 was 66 million tonnes (1.1 million 60 kg bags). That means a per capita consumption of 12.2 kg annually. Finland is followed by Scandinavian countries Sweden (10.1 kg) and Norway (8.7 kg).

Does Finland drink alot?

Almost daily consumption of alcoholic beverages is still rare in Finland. Drinking more often than once a week is, however, far more common than it was a generation ago. Drinking frequency has increased the most among middle-aged men and women.

What do they drink in Finland?

The national beverage of Finland is milk (sometimes curdled), which is safe to drink (as is water) throughout the country. Two famous Finnish liqueurs should be tasted: lakka, made from the saffron-colored wild cloudberry, and mesimarja, made from the Arctic brambleberry.

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