Coffee is loved worldwide, not only for its taste and versatility but also because it helps us wake up and feel more productive.
But every nation has its own unique relationship with the caffeinated drink, meaning consumption and cost vary a lot from country to country.
To find out just how much these costs vary, personal finance experts at SavingSpot conducted comprehensive research to reveal the cheapest and most expensive cities for buying a coffee.
SavingSpot used TripAdvisor to gather the price of an americano (or espresso), a latte, and a cappuccino from five cafés based in the capital city of each country.
Cities without five cafés that had menus were omitted. Researchers then averaged the price of coffee. All costs were sourced from local menus before being converted into US dollars.