The Best (and Worst) Cities to Buy a Cup of Coffee

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25. Denver
> Avg. coffee price: $4.70
> Avg. annual coffee cost: $1,222 (1.8% of annual income)
> Coffee shops per capita: 16
> Population: 2,967,239

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24. Baltimore
> Avg. coffee price: $4.11
> Avg. annual coffee cost: $1,069 (1.6% of annual income)
> Coffee shops per capita: 11
> Population: 2,800,053

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23. Houston
> Avg. coffee price: $4.03
> Avg. annual coffee cost: $1,048 (1.7% of annual income)
> Coffee shops per capita: 10
> Population: 7,066,140

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22. Oklahoma City
> Avg. coffee price: $3.94
> Avg. annual coffee cost: $1,024 (1.9% of annual income)
> Coffee shops per capita: 10
> Population: 1,408,950

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21. Minneapolis
> Avg. coffee price: $4.50
> Avg. annual coffee cost: $1,170 (1.7% of annual income)
> Coffee shops per capita: 15
> Population: 3,640,043

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