Interactive Map Offers a Global Guide to Coffee

Coffee Infographic

Caffeine comes in all sorts of forms, like the Starbuck’s PSL or the world’s strongest coffee. Every fan of that morning jolt has his or her own preferred variety, but here in America, we’re only exposed to a small portion of the world’s coffee consumption. It’s about time we educate ourselves on this topic, eh?

Spanish design company Hey Studio and Mansel Fletcher of the fashion site Mr. Porter joined forces to create one of the coolest infographics to date. The interactive map allows users to scroll over countries and learn all sorts of cultural coffee facts, like unique filtering methods and which country drinks the most java.

Fill up on your coffee knowledge here.

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PicThx Mr Porter



Cameron is a Philadelphia native who is borderline obsessed with chocolate, coffee and sushi. She writes for TheFW and The Daily Meal, and making a mean chocolate chip cookie is her specialty. She also tries pizza everywhere she travels in hopes someday she'll become one of those cool pizza snobs.



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  • http://www.destructoid.com Niero Gonzalez

    No cafe cubano infographic? :( What do you guys drink?

    My favorite California coffee by far in SF is Philz Coffee: Greater Alarm, extra cream and sugar. Makes my face vibrate with happiness for 8 hours. I live two blocks away from Philz and have developed a terrifying addiction. Blue Bottle and Dynamo are pretty damn good, too!

  • Ed Ryan

    No mention of Ireland & Irish coffee?!! We take boring coffee and bring it to life!

  • Elle

    “Expresso” and “capuccino.” You’re killing me, here. Come on.

    • Sarah

      ESPRESSO
      CAPPUCCINO

  • Susana Caetano

    No mention to Portuguese coffee habits? I am sure that we tend to drink more coffee than our Spanish neighbors…

  • Obvious

    Well, this site clearly caters to a specific people. Can the next coffee-centric post be about the coffee producing countries’ take on coffee products?

  • Linus Mumford

    Why does it say Turkey twice? I thought Black Ivory was only in Thailand?

  • http://www.coffeeloversmag.com/theMagazine Coffee Lovers

    Have you notice that advance countries consumed
    more coffee than the countries in the third world?.. It implies that coffee
    drinkers are innovative and thinkers.