$1.50 for a tall (12oz) cup of black coffee. (If you are ordering lattes and mocha's every day, read no further because major depression is ahead). That's $7.50 for a typical 5-day work week, assuming no visits on the weekend. I know of someone (who is now a customer of ours) who spent $3.79 on a large mocha, 5 days each week. That's $18.95/week, roughly $76.00/month, approximately $910.00/year on a drink that really isn't even good for you. What could you do with $910.00 extra each year?
Cost per ounce: .13 cents
- You don't have to make it yourself.
- Inconvenience of going somewhere to get your coffee.
- No idea when the coffee was roasted.
- 3x as expensive as making your own Kyrios Coffee at home (see below)
- Will never be an organic cup of coffee - could have come from Latin America, Indonesia, wherever they can find it cheaper.
You are able to get 24 fresh-brewed 12oz cups from one package of Kyrios coffee. That translates to .50 for each 12oz cup of coffee.
Cost per ounce: .04 cents
- You can have confidence that your coffee is fresh-roasted, many times packaged up and mailed to you still warm!
- You are assured of the highest quality coffee--100% organic, wild coffee from the KAFFA rain forest in Ethiopia. Btw...Ethiopia bans all forms of pesticides, insecticides, and even use of fertilizers in the rain forest.
- You have to make it yourself...but come on, who doesn't like making and smelling fresh-brewed coffee around the house : )
Enjoy and blessings to each of you!