Here are the 6 countries around the world with cheapest Starbucks coffee — India is somewhere down

India has the 33rd cheapest coffee in the 76 countries where the coffee major serves.
A tall Starbucks latte in New Delhi, India, costs USD$3.30.
It is nearly twice as cheap as that is sold in Denmark

Starbucks Coffee cups in India are nearly twice as cheap as that is sold in Denmark, Switzerland and Finland. It is expensive than those sold in Argentina, Columbia and Egypt, according to a report by Australian personal finance website Finder.

India has the 33rd cheapest coffee in the 76 countries where the coffee major serves.

A tall Starbucks latte in New Delhi, India, costs USD$3.30.

Istanbul, Turkey serves the cheapest coffee in the world at just $1.78. Whereas, Copenhagen and Denmark serve it at $6.05.


The Starbucks Index compared the cost of a tall latte – converted to US Dollars – in 76 countries around the world and ranked it. Finder.com had 76 people physically go to different locations.

Here are the 10 countries with cheapest Starbucks coffee cups (in USD):

Turkey - cheapest
A tall latte costs USD$ 1.78 in Istanbul

Egypt
A tall latte costs USD$1.95 in Cairo

Colombia
A tall latte costs USD$2.04 in Bogota

Argentina
A tall latte costs USD$2.14 in Buenos Aires

Mexico

A tall latte costs USD$2.15 in Mexico city

South Africa
A tall latte costs USD$2.18 in Johannesburg

Bulgaria
A tall latte costs USD$$2.20 in Sofia

Brazil
A tall latte costs USD$$2.43 in Sao Paulo

Hungary
A tall latte costs USD$$2.62 in Budapest

Philippines

A tall latte costs USD$$2.69 in Quezon City
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