The Coffee Brands with the Most Adventurous Customers
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This time around we visit two subjects near and dear to the hearts of the many; coffee and adventure. We’ve determined which home brew, retail coffee brands, and coffee-centric restaurant chains can boast having the largest proportion of adventurous souls among their dedicated consumer bases.
“Adventurous” you say? Yes, we know that!
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“I’m a Bear Until I Have My Coffee”
The above quote is the sort of thing many have been heard to grumble, barely coherently, and with glassy eyes moist from a combination of confusion and anger. Until the morning java’s caffeine hits the bloodstream, many of we humans are not a barrel of monkeys.
The folks highlighted on the list below — perhaps even without the aid of their coffee, although we’re certain that partaking enhances the thrill — would never describe themselves as a bear, for they have wrestled with the genuine article. They leave being analogous to a barrel of monkeys for the poets to sort out, they’re too busy going down Niagara Falls in a barrel… FULL OF GORILLAS!
WHO ARE THESE COFFEE ACHIEVERS?!
Scores on the below graphic have been calculated using 100 to represent the occurrence of adventurousness among the average American audience. Using this baseline of 100 for context, we can see below that, for example, consumers of New England Coffee find the adventurous among their crowd to a degree that exceeds the average by over 1.49 or, if you prefer, one-and-a-half times.
Those Are Some Adventurous Coffee Drinkers, Right?
Well, would you look at that? Italian coffee maker illy caffè — whose products are widely available in the states (which, not to editorialize, the author of this entry may or may not find excellent… but probably may) — finds the high adventure set mingling among those who dig their products to a degree surpassing the average by three-and-a-half times.
Brands that might in the view of some seem a bit more “gourmet,” but not necessarily boutique or artisanal, occupy the top slots. The San Francisco headquartered Peet’s Coffee — who are both a chain of cafes and a manufacturer of well regarded coffees available at grocery stores — can boast an adventurous segment among their most ardent enthusiasts that exceeds the average by 2.73 times (comfortably approaching two-and-three-quarters times ).
When we get to the fourth place slot, things move away from the fancy. Before going out adventurin’ — perhaps ice fishing in 30 below temperatures, or doing a ride along with Sgt. Preston , or Dudley Do-Right, in the Yukon — those who frequent Canadian perennial coffee and donut chain, Tim Horton’s (which in recent years has become quite popular in the states as well) are just looking for a “ damn fine cup of coffee ” (if you’ll please pardon our, and Special Agent Dale Cooper’s, French).
The moose riding, tundra traversing segment of the Tim Horton ’s sect are 2.06 times larger than the average audience’s adventurous chunk.
You can read the whole chart for yourself, and please reach out to us if there’s any aspect of this you’d like clarified.
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