coffee and tea drinking in australia
The chart shows the percentage of citizens who purchased fresh coffee, instant coffee, and went to a coffee shop as a habit in five different Australian cities, namely Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, and Hobart in last four weeks. General, it is seen that people were more willing to go to a cafe ore than buy both fresh and instant coffee.
It is immediately clear that the number of citizens in two cities, which are Adelaide and Brisbane, did not seem to enjoy fresh coffee as much as citizens in other cities, as these accounted for a third for each city. However, there was a difference between Adelaide and Brisbane in the percentages of city residents who bought instant coffee and drank coffee at a cafe. Almost more than half of residents enjoying instant coffee as well as going to a coffee shop in Brisbane, while these applied to only a half in Adelaide.
In Sydney, Melbourne, and Hobart, people mostly enjoyed coffee and tea at a cafe, which was true of about over three-fifths of residents. In one of three cities, which was Hobart, the percentage of people enjoying instant coffee was greater than that of two remaining cities. Almost fifty-five percent of citizens, compared to under fifty percent for residents in the others. However, there was just under two-fifths of the figure for Hobart's citizen drinking fresh coffee, while this applied to nearly forty-five percent of people in Sydney and Melbourne.