Average price of coffee in Starbucks in selected European cities 2016

Average price of coffee in Starbucks in selected European cities in 2016

by Jennifer Luty, last edited Jun 25, 2019
Average price of coffee in Starbucks in selected European cities 2016 The Swiss city of Zurich ranks among the most expensive European cities for a Starbucks coffee. In 2016, the average cost of a Latte Grande from Starbucks coffeehouses in Zurich was 6.33 euros. In London, UK the same drink cost less than half the price, averaging 3.09 euros.
Coffee shop prices across Europe

Coffee prices fluctuate across different markets in Europe, largely due to varying economies. Another coffee price index, for example, ranked the high-income Switzerland and Nordic countries as having the highest prices for a cappuccino in European restaurants. The coffeehouse landscape also varies by country, with the presence of coffee chains high in some markets, while other independent cafés are the more prominent choice for local coffee consumption.

Starbucks in Europe

The U.S. coffeehouse chain Starbucks is a major player in Europe, ranking as the second leading coffee shop chain based on number of stores. The brand is present across all major European markets, including Russia and Turkey. The largest number of Starbucks stores in Europe, however, are based in the UK.
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Average price of coffee in Starbucks in selected European cities in 2016

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Average price in euros
Zurich 6.33
Copenhagen 5.37
Oslo 5.35
Brussels 5.31
Helsinki 5
Stockholm 4.61
Gothenburg 4.61
Paris 4.35
Vienna 4.25
Berlin 3.85
Amsterdam 3.75
Milan*3.5
Madrid 3.5
Barcelona 3.5
London 3.09
Lisbon 3.05
Edinburgh 2.88
Istanbul 2.65
Average price in euros
Zurich 6.33
Copenhagen 5.37
Oslo 5.35
Brussels 5.31
Helsinki 5
Stockholm 4.61
Gothenburg 4.61
Paris 4.35
Vienna 4.25
Berlin 3.85
Amsterdam 3.75
Milan*3.5
Madrid 3.5
Barcelona 3.5
London 3.09
Lisbon 3.05
Edinburgh 2.88
Istanbul 2.65
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by Jennifer Luty, last edited Jun 25, 2019
The Swiss city of Zurich ranks among the most expensive European cities for a Starbucks coffee. In 2016, the average cost of a Latte Grande from Starbucks coffeehouses in Zurich was 6.33 euros. In London, UK the same drink cost less than half the price, averaging 3.09 euros.
Coffee shop prices across Europe

Coffee prices fluctuate across different markets in Europe, largely due to varying economies. Another coffee price index, for example, ranked the high-income Switzerland and Nordic countries as having the highest prices for a cappuccino in European restaurants. The coffeehouse landscape also varies by country, with the presence of coffee chains high in some markets, while other independent cafés are the more prominent choice for local coffee consumption.

Starbucks in Europe

The U.S. coffeehouse chain Starbucks is a major player in Europe, ranking as the second leading coffee shop chain based on number of stores. The brand is present across all major European markets, including Russia and Turkey. The largest number of Starbucks stores in Europe, however, are based in the UK.
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