The ranking comes from a study conducted by WalletHub as the company explored America's obsession with the beverage.
While Philadelphia ranked 33, Pittsburgh made the top 10: Seventh overall for the best city for coffee lovers.
“Coffee first became popular in the U.S. after the Boston Tea Party, when the switch was seen as ‘patriotic,’ according to PBS,” as the introduction to the study states. “And since Starbucks debuted in 1971, the drink is now accessible almost anywhere you go.”
In terms of the study's methodology, it compared the 100 most populated cities over 12 factors such as “Average Price per Pack of Coffee;” “Share of Adult Coffee Drinkers;” and “Google Search Traffic for the Term ‘Coffee.”
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