Other than maybe France or Italy, the United States has some of the most passionate coffee-lovers. Whether it is because of the flavor, or due to the hectic lifestyles that the average American leads, we can’t seem to get enough of it. At this time, the average United States citizen consumes an estimated 2.1 coffee drinks, including espresso, cappuccinos, frappes, and any other signature drinks, everyday; this number only increases with age. Out of all the coffee-lovers, 82% even admit to drinking it daily.
All of these drinks can add up to substantial amounts of money over time. Participants in a survey reported that they typically pay an average of about $3.28 for one cup of coffee. This has shown a steady increase in price from an average of $3.05 in 2014, and $2.98 in 2013. Considering the popularity of coffee, especially in younger people, the average price of coffee will likely continue to increase.
One way to avoid these prices, is to brew your own coffee at home. Some may choose to buy coffee because they need to drink it on the go, but travel tumblers are thermal containers that can keep coffee stored securely. Even after just a few weeks of using travel tumblers for beverages, the savings could be substantial.
There’s also no need to worry about one’s coffee drink getting cold if not consumed immediately. Insulated tumblers are built with a double wall design, made to capture and store the heat in the container.
For the heavier coffee drinkers, the 24 oz tumblers may be able to offer the giant storage capacity that cafes could only dream off. You could end up going all day without needing to stop and refill.
It’s not difficult to find travel tumblers for sale, and they can make great and easy gifts. If Americans are going to drink as much coffee as they do, they might as well do it in the most cost-efficient way possible.