March 28, 2014

Coffee House Geography Maps

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Over at FlowingData.com there’s some high res versions of the map above that shows where various coffee houses like Starbucks and Dunkin’ Donuts are located and concentrated in the US. I have to say my expectation was that Starbucks and Dunkin' Donuts would dominate, with 10,000-plus and 7,000-plus locations nationwide, but the fact that Tim Hortons and other chains have a rich concentration was surprising.

Starbucks is all over, but Dunkin' Donuts clearly dominates on the east coast. Flowing Data also has a pretty amazing pizza map to give you some perspective on how many more pizza joints there are compared to coffee. 

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Posted by Jay Brewer at March 28, 2014 7:25 AM

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I'm sad to see that Caribou has been ruthlessly plucked from our state since they got gobbled up. That was our go to chain. They are slowly being replaced with Peet's. I have yet to go into one simply out of protest.

On the flip side, the independents that are popping up seem to care a lot more about what goes into the cup than the any of the chains. More and more are sourcing their own beans and either roasting on-site or nearby. Much like how the craft beer industry has exploded throughout the state, the desire for craft coffee seems to be gaining momentum. That is a very good thing.


Posted by: AO at March 28, 2014 9:38 AM
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