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Top 10 Countries with the Most Starbucks

Name the top 10 countries that have the most Starbucks coffees shop locations.
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level 70
Oct 3, 2017
Also known as 'Top 10 Countries with the Most Disappointing Coffee' :P
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level 73
Oct 3, 2017
I didn't even think of trying Italy, France, Belgium, Austria and some other highly caffeinated european countries. Turkey is the only one (a bit) surprising.
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level 67
Oct 3, 2017
I think Italy just got its first Starbucks.
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level 69
Jan 26, 2018
You didn't even think of them, yet you wrote a sentence about it...?
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level 58
Jan 31, 2018
The first Italian Starbucks will open in Milan this summer. Such a disappointment...
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level 48
Jan 31, 2018
Roleyrob, I read Arp's comment as meaning that he thought of those countries but decided right away not to try them in this quiz.
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level 55
Jan 31, 2018
Or top 10 countries with the most over-priced coffee!
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level 58
Jan 31, 2018
I go to Starbucks to get what I want, I don't give a damn if its' "good" or "bad" coffee, what I want is the thing that matters. Also I don't have to think if it's overpriced or not.
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level 33
Feb 1, 2018
That doesn't sound very smart
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level 56
Feb 4, 2018
So tell me what you want, what you really really want ?
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level 45
Feb 1, 2018
What coffee? :D
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level 56
Oct 3, 2017
Absolutely awful coffee. I've been twice. Once to try it and once when my wife dragged me in there.
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level 71
Oct 3, 2017
Also known as "top 10 countries not full of pretentious full-of-crap coffee snobs." I saw plenty of Starbucks in France and plenty of people going there to get coffee.
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level 59
Oct 13, 2017
Well, you certainly didn't see plenty of Starbucks "in France"... You saw them in Paris where they are only concentrated. And, being a born and raised Parisian, I can guarantee you that 90% of the people you saw inside are tourists visiting Paris ;)
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level 65
Oct 14, 2017
So Paris is not in France then?
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level 71
Nov 6, 2017
Thanks for chiming in, aforementioned snob. Also, what noodles said.
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level 36
Jan 31, 2018
Yes Paris is in France and is full of tourists as explained. How do you explain there are almost no Starbuck outside Paris in France if it is not due to the tourists going there and not the French people themselves ? Starbuck is not dumb if they know they could earn money they would build shops everywhere, but they don't so...
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level 8
Jan 31, 2018
you do understand, there is more than one city in france
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level ∞
Jan 31, 2018
French coffee is terrible. I've had a lot of it. Most cafés give you two gigantic packs of sugar for about 2 ounces of coffee. The fact that someone could dump an entire sugar pack into such a small amount of coffee and still feel the need for more reflects poorly on the quality of the underlying product.

Many, many people agree with me.

Don't even get me started on Belgium.

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level 71
Jan 31, 2018
this is rarely much substance behind snobbery. It's as often as much about hating something popular as it is about liking something of superior quality.
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level 53
Jan 31, 2018
Why are they snobs just because they don't like Starbucks? People have different tastes, it's not about being snobby. I don't care, because I don't like coffee in general. Btw, I'm not surprised you chimed in again as soon as someone else didn't like/criticised something from your precious America. Seriously, it's like you have the need to defend the US on every. damn. quiz.
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level 65
Jan 31, 2018
Sometimes disappointed with kalbahamut's comments. Sigh...
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level 71
Jan 31, 2018
Disliking something popular doesn't make you a snob. Sticking your nose up at it because it is popular (and thus "low class"), while having an exaggerated, unwarranted, loudly professed love for some allegedly superior but less mainstream other product, while condemning those who like the product for their poor taste (such as accusing them of being less cultured tourists) does make you a snob. It's the bloody definition of the word.
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level 56
Feb 3, 2018
"while having an exaggerated, unwarranted, loudly professed love for some allegedly superior" Sounds like a stereotypical American about their country.
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level 71
Feb 3, 2018
.... because.... ... Europe is the mainstream popular product.... and.... the USA is the smaller, less popular, less well-known, alternative.... that... "cultured" snobby people say they like to be hip?

If you're going to try to parade your bigotry out under the guise of saying something clever it might help if you were actually clever.
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level 24
Feb 1, 2018
well, I live in Austria and we only have starbucks in Vienna. I prefer the coffee I grew up with. sorry for being a "snob".
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level 45
Feb 2, 2018
There's a lot of pretentious coffee snobs (as well as other kinds of pretentious snobs) in the U.S., too. Hipsters are everywhere, bragging about how they don't like stuff now that it's popular.
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level 71
Feb 2, 2018
of course there are. I was echoing redsplat's comment at the top of the page.
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level 58
Nov 30, 2017
In coffee country (Starbucks HQ), where I live, the coffee snobs don't go to Starbucks. They go to some local coffee shop with small batch roasting and organic pastries made from local ingredients. Starbucks isn't for coffee snobs any more, it is for people who don't know any better. With the advent of Fraps and Pumpkin Spice, Pecan Maple, and Sugar Sugar Lattes, the coffee snobs have abandoned it. Starbucks is largely a sugar delivery service and less and less about the coffee.
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level 71
Jan 31, 2018
If you are responding to me you might have misread my comment. We are in agreement.
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level 44
Jan 31, 2018
China is placed below Canada even though it has mores stores
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level ∞
Jan 31, 2018
Fixed
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level 28
Jan 31, 2018
"Starbucks Coffee Indonesia is now in 320 different locations all around major cities (22 cities), connecting to Indonesians one cup at a time" As quoted from their website
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level 57
Jan 31, 2018
I tried Indonesia and was surprised it didn't make the list.
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level 37
Jan 31, 2018
Maybe add another minute? I could have got it if I had more time to think.
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level 7
Jan 31, 2018
Starbucks is the biggest scam ever. you walk inside and order a small coffee and it ends up costing you a fortune! starbucks tastes awful and looks like crap. i live in USA and the only starbucks i know is infested by white girls who post every starbucks they get on instagram or snapchat. way to go starbucks.
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level 66
Jan 31, 2018
The last Italian Starbucks will close in Milan this winter
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level 45
Jan 31, 2018
Starbucks is what it is, retail chains tend to lose their cool factor as they grow. There will always be something "cooler" or "more authentic" or what have you. I guess that's why the world has snobs and hipsters, to figure all that stuff out for us, so the rest of us don't waste our time worrying about it. I got everything but Turkey. Count me among those who tried Indonesia.
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level 28
Jan 31, 2018
Try the name the countries with Coffee Beans here
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level 56
Feb 1, 2018
The amount of Starbucks in Vancouver is astounding. You'll see more than one on every street corner.
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level 71
Feb 1, 2018
well they started not far away in Seattle so that's not surprising.
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level 32
Feb 3, 2018
Interestingly, one of the best examples of failed business attempts was Starbucks to Australia where they didn't do their research on the market. The post WW2 immigrants from Italy, France, Greece, UK, the US themselves and local Australians meant the market was already so competitive Starbucks in Australia collapsed really quickly.
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