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Do you buy coffee out every day or do you make your own? How much money do you spend on take away coffees or in cafes?

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I don't drink that much coffee anymore, in fact I only have it once a week. There is something about the feeling of holding a store bought coffee in my hand that I just can't get anywhere else, so I get one despite the caffeine (I don't like decaf). So I spend about $4 a week on coffee out.
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I don't drink coffee. I hate the stuff.
I don't drink much of it. Maybe on average I go for two coffees a week - that's roughly $7 for two lattes.
None whatsoever, as I don't drink it. Ask me about tea. I generally drink 2 cups a day, one of which is made with a teabag, fair trade stuff I buy in bulk, so it's probably only maybe 30 cents a cup. The other is fancy looseleaf, which I also make at home, and I reckon I spend maybe $10 a week on that. I don't go to cafes much and if I do I'm more likely to get a hot chocolate because I refuse to spend $4 on a tea bag.
Same - a friend told me that if you're buying tea in bulk the way a cafe would you can get it for 7cents a cup. The only exception I make is if a cafe has gone the extra mile to serve it in a pot with a little jug of milk to make it more special.
Same - a friend told me that if you're buying tea in bulk the way a cafe would you can get it for 7cents a cup. The only exception I make is if a cafe has gone the extra mile to serve it in a pot with a little jug of milk to make it more special.
I stopped drinking Coffee in 1964, have never had one drop since.
Coffee is certainly not for everyone and I have found that I go through phases with my coffee intake and preferences.

1) I hate instant so I never have it = $0
2) I am more susceptible to the caffeine in coffee nowadays and restrict myself to 1 a day at most = low intake
3) It is cheaper in the long run to buy a sturdy machine and make your own once you watch a few videos on youtube on how to do this. I am talking about ground coffee not the pods which are so expensive the more you drink. By buying a machine and bulk ground coffee you can equal the cafes' low net price of 20c per cup of coffee (hooray to beating the insane markup!)
Not a penny. I don't drink coffee.
Less than $20 a week!
That's enough to keep my caffeine level happy!
Uuuuuummmmm 😳😳 after reading everyone's answers about bought cafe coffee, i am a bit embarrassed to admit i spend more than $20 / week on coffee. But it is really good coffe. My ony vice.
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