Coffee In The UK

Tea is surely one of the first things that comes to mind when you think of United Kingdom, but coffee is getting more and more popular these days!

We did some research on coffee drinking habits in the UK. Are they still more into tea? How do Brits compare to other European nations? And which coffee shops are most popular?

If you ever wanted to know more about coffee culture trends or habits of coffee lovers in the UK, this is the spot to check. [via]

Coffee In The UK

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