Well, it depends where you go to get your coffee. If you go to a fast food place it will cost around 79 cents up to $1.50. If you go to Starbucks it might be a little more. Starbucks would cost about $2.50 to $5.00. It depends what size you get.
The National Average is $1.38/cup. The American coffee drinker consumes 3.2 cups per day!
From 0,5 US $ to 3 US $
Between US$0.36 (any street vendor) and US$3.5 (Starbucks) depending on brand, size and quality of the coffee.
The Budom Chambord 8 cup coffee press costs between $39.99-$50.00(All prices are in US Dollars). The price depends on which retailer you decide to purchase from.
In 1955 you could get a good cup of coffee for 35 cents.
I guess depends on what kind of coffee are you buying and where are you buying it. But is not that expensive as if you buy it here in the US.
It depends on qualityof coffee, it is ground or whole coffee beans as well as from where does it come from could be be from US$8.25 and up. Posted by Samantha Seeboonruang
While the coffee to water ratio is subject to personal preference, there are standards. For a single cup of coffee (8 ounces) you would us 8 ounces of water to 2 tablespoons of ground coffee.
Much of the coffee imported to the US comes from Central and South America.
The strongest drink available on board navy ships was coffee. It was dubbed "a cup of Joe" after the secretary. It also refers to the GIs' favorite drink. During World War II, the US defense workers were supplied with as much coffee as they wanted. Coffee was a source of warmth and comfort for troops. A variation is that "a cup of Joe" is the average drink of the average man. There was a New York company named Martinson's Coffee owned by a man named Joe Martinson. The neighborhood of the company would be saturated by the aroma of roasting coffee, and coffee became known as "a cup of Joe."
1.93 cup1 US cup = 236.58 ml 1 ml = 0.0042 US cup 1 metric cup = 250 ml
That is 0.775 of a cup.
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Going on the theory that we no longer use those "standard" kind of medium coffee mugs but rather the big mac daddy mugs to give us that caffeine fix we so badly need, we are pouring 1/4 cup of milk into our coffee. POSSIBLY a HAIR more but not enough to worry about if you are counting calories the a coffee with "the pink sweetner" and 1/4 cup of non fat milk is 22 to 23 calories.
A US cup is equal to 16 tablespoons (of whatever: salt, coffee, molasses, dirt...).
The answer here is valid for the USA / USA measurements. Two tablespoons = 1/8 cup = traditional "scoop of coffee" for brewing one cup. Therefore, 16 US tablespoons = 1 US cup.
Brazil produces more coffee than any country in the world. The US does not produce very much at all.
How much does 200009000 rupies cost in us?"
1 US cup = 8 US fluid ounces
200mL equates to about 0.8453 US cups or 84.53% of a US cup.
A 5lb bag of flour is about $2.75. There are about 18 cups of flour in a five pound bag. Divide the cost 2.75 by the number of cups (18) and the answer is about 15 cents per cup.
1 US cup = 236.588237 ml
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8 US fluid ounces = about 236.6 mL
1 US cup = 236.588237 ml