Coffee Stats For National Coffee Day

This Sunday is National Coffee Day. And even though every town in America has multiple Starbucks, a new survey found most of us still make it at home. 89% of Americans make at least one cup of coffee at home in an average week. The top reasons are convenience . . . cost . . . and it's part of our routine. Here are a few more new stats on America's coffee-drinking habits . . .

1. 87% of us look forward to our first cup of coffee in the morning.

2. 79% of us add something to our coffee, like cream and sugar. (Or maybe a little booze?) Older Americans are more likely than Millennials to drink their coffee black.

3. 73% of us find making coffee therapeutic.

4. 60% agreed another benefit of brewing coffee is it makes your home smell good.

We haven't seen Starbucks running any Coffee Day deals this year. But a few other national chains are . . .You can get a free coffee and donut atKrispy Kremeon Sunday, no purchase necessary. Dunkin' Donutshas a buy-one-get-one coffee deal. Circle Kis giving out free coffee if you use their app . . .Coffee Bean & Tea Leafhas free coffee if you order food. White Castlehas free coffee with any order. And if your name is "Joe" and Sunday's your birthday, you can enter to win a freeKeurig

(PR Newswire/USA Today/Today)



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