The Top Coffee-Consuming Countries

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We have learned about the countries that produce coffee, Arabica, and the countries that grow the most Robusta in the world. And of course, making coffee, there must be people consuming it. And today, we’re going to learn about The Top Coffee-Consuming Countries.

Total coffee consumption globally is 166.36 million bags (1 bag 60 kg), equivalent to 9.98 million tons

The list of the 25 countries with the most coffee consumption in the world is as follows:

The European Union, or European Union, or EU for short, is a political and economic union consisting of 27 member states in Europe. Include:

Belgium, Bulgaria, Croatia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy;

Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden.

The European Union’s total coffee consumption was 46.2 million bags, or 2772 thousand tons, accounting for 27.8%; Coffee consumption worldwide.


The United States, also known as the United States, or the United States of America, is a federal constitutional republic.

In the United States, total coffee consumption was 27.29 million bags, or 1637.2 thousand tons, accounting for 16.4%; Coffee consumption worldwide.

Brazil, total coffee consumption is 23.53 million bags, equivalent to 1411.8 thousand tons, accounting for 14.1%; Coffee consumption worldwide.

Japan, or Japan, whose full name is Japan, is a sovereign state and island nation; Located in East Asia.

Japan, total coffee consumption is 8.1 million bags, equivalent to 486 thousand tons, accounting for 4.9%; Coffee consumption worldwide.


In the Philippines, total coffee consumption was 6.55 million bags, or 393 thousand tons, accounting for 3.9%; Coffee consumption worldwide.

Indonesia, total coffee consumption is 4.9 million bags, equivalent to 294 thousand tons, accounting for 2.9%; Coffee consumption worldwide.

Canada, total coffee consumption is 4.85 million bags, equivalent to 291 thousand tons, accounting for 2.9%; Coffee consumption worldwide.

Russia, full name the Russian Federation, is a federal republic located in Eurasia. It is the largest country in the world.

Russia, total coffee consumption is 4.68 million bags, equivalent to 280.5 thousand tons, accounting for 2.8%; Coffee consumption worldwide.


Ethiopia, total coffee consumption is 3.35 million bags, equivalent to 201 thousand tons, accounting for 2%; Coffee consumption worldwide.

China, whose national anthem is the People’s Republic of China, is a sovereign country located in East Asia, the most populous country globally, with an estimated population of about 1.4 billion.

China, total coffee consumption is 3.3 million bags, equivalent to 198 thousand tons, accounting for 2%; Coffee consumption worldwide.

11, Vietnam – 11th coffee-consuming countries

Vietnam’s total coffee consumption is 3 million bags, equivalent to 180 thousand tons, accounting for 1.8%; Coffee consumption worldwide.


South Korea, the official national title is the People’s Congress; it is a country in East Asia, located on the southern half of the Korean Peninsula.

South Korea’s total coffee consumption was 2.75 million bags, equivalent to 165 thousand tons, accounting for 1.65%; Coffee consumption worldwide.

Mexico, total coffee consumption is 2.71 million bags, equivalent to 162.3 thousand tons, accounting for 1.63%; Coffee consumption worldwide.

Algeria, total coffee consumption is 2.44 million bags, or 146.4 thousand tons, accounting for 1.5%; Coffee consumption worldwide.

Colombia, total coffee consumption is 2 million bags, equivalent to 120 thousand tons, accounting for 1.2%; Coffee consumption worldwide.

In Australia, total coffee consumption was 1.97 million bags, or 117.9 thousand tons, accounting for 1.2%; Coffee consumption worldwide.

17, Switzerland – 17 coffee-consuming countries

Switzerland, full name the Swiss Confederation, is a federal republic in Europe.

Switzerland, total coffee consumption is 1.5 million bags, equivalent to 90 thousand tons, accounting for 0.9%; Coffee consumption worldwide.

Venezuela, total coffee consumption is 1.2 million bags, or 71.8 thousand tons, accounting for 0.72%; Coffee consumption worldwide.

India, officially known as the Federal Republic of India, is a sovereign republic in South Asia, making it the seventh-largest country in terms of area and the second most populous in the world.

In India, total coffee consumption was 1.18 million bags, or 70.8 thousand tons, accounting for 0.71%; Coffee consumption worldwide.


Ukraine, total coffee consumption is 1.18 million bags, equivalent to 70.5 thousand tons, accounting for 0.7%; Coffee consumption worldwide.

Turkey, officially known as the Republic of Turkey, is a transcontinental country, located mainly in Western Asia (97%) and partly in Southeastern Europe (3%),

Turkey, total coffee consumption is 1.08 million bags, equivalent to 64.5 thousand tons, accounting for 0.6%; Coffee consumption worldwide.

Egypt, officially known as the Arab Republic of Egypt, is an intercontinental country with most of its territory located in North Africa and the Sinai Peninsula in West Asia.

Egypt, total coffee consumption is 0.85 million bags, equivalent to 51 thousand tons, accounting for 0.51%; Coffee consumption worldwide.

Vietnamese pronunciation: Moroccan; The Kingdom of Morocco is a country in North Africa.

Morocco, total coffee consumption is 0.82 million bags, or 49.2 thousand tons, accounting for 0.49%; Coffee consumption worldwide.

Serbia, total coffee consumption is 0.8 million bags, equivalent to 48 thousand tons, accounting for 0.48%; Coffee consumption worldwide.


The Kingdom of Norway, Norway is a country in Northern Europe, located in northwestern Europe.

Norway, total coffee consumption is 0.78 million bags, equivalent to 46.5 thousand tons, accounting for 0.47%; Coffee consumption worldwide.

In the remaining countries, the total coffee consumption was 9.39 million bags, equivalent to 563.2 thousand tons, accounting for 5.6%; Coffee consumption worldwide.

The above is a list of the 25 most coffee-consuming countries globally. I hope this content is helpful to all of you.

STATE Country Total coffee consumption That’s a percentage
of the world’s
coffee consumption
(Million bags) (Thousand Tons)
1 European Union 46.2 2.772 27.77%
2 United States 27.3 1.637 16.40%
3 Brazil 23.5 1.412 14.14%
4 Japan 8.1 486 4.87%
5 Philippines 6.6 393 3.94%
6 Indonesia 4.9 294 2.95%
7 Canada 4.9 291 2.92%
8 Russia 4.7 281 2.81%
9 Ethiopia 3.4 201 2.01%
10 China 3.3 198 1.98%
11 Vietnam 3.0 180 1.80%
12 South Korea 2.8 165 1.65%
13 Mexico 2.7 162 1.63%
14 Algeria 2.4 146 1.47%
15 Colombia 2.0 120 1.20%
16 Australia 2.0 118 1.18%
17 Switzerland 1.5 90 0.90%
18 Venezuela 1.2 72 0.72%
19 India 1.2 71 0.71%
20 Ukraine 1.2 71 0.71%
21 Turkey 1.1 65 0.65%
22 Egypt 0.9 51 0.51%
23 Morocco 0.8 49 0.49%
24 Serbia 0.8 48 0.48%
25 Norway 0.8 47 0.47%
26 Other 9.4 563 5.64%
TOTAL 166.36 9.982

“Note: total worldwide coffee consumption is 166.4 million bags (1 60 kg bag), equivalent to 9.98 million tons.”

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