Which is more expensive per gallon from the store: coffee, gasoline, or water? I was given a “coffee maker” the other day that is basically a water heater. You heat up the water and then put small packets of instant coffee from a popular coffee company (we all know who I am talking about). Besides the cost of heating the water the packets are $1 for every 8 ounces of coffee. So I had a $2 cup of st******ks coffee in my office THAT I MADE MYSELF!!!
Bottled water $12/gallon
Coffee Shop Coffee $16/gallon
Needless to say I am thinking about buying tea packets to use for with my glorified hot water heater. I always get upset about how much I have to spend on gasoline then I think about coffee and water. By the way water out of the tap is 300x cheaper than bottled on average. Coffee made at home is about $0.30 a cup on average (depending on your preferences). Please don’t base any of your arguments off these figures, they are my own estimations.
No matter how much I try to change there is always part of me that say “I will pay for it because I like it that way”. Even when someone shows me valid data.