WHEN IT comes to finding a great cup of coffee, it doesn’t get much better than Dublin.
The Irish capital has been named among the five best cities in Europe for the caffeine-fuelled hot beverage favourite.
Dublin was named as the fourth best city in Europe for coffee, just behind Edinburgh, Amsterdam and Florence.
The ranking comes as part of a new study compiled by coffee suppliers Selecta.
They analysed a wide variety of coffee-based data, including the number of coffee shops per 100,000 and the number of positive Google reviews of coffee shops.
Selecta also cross-referenced the price of daily coffee shops versus average daily wage and the import levels of coffee per person.
A total of 89 cities across Europe were handed a score out of ten in each of the categories, with an average for each tallied to create the final countdown.
Edinburgh topped the list with an average score of 5.88 and followed by Amsterdam (5.71), Florence (5.4) and Dublin (5.31).
Dublin scored the best on the price versus average daily wage (8.88) and the number of coffee shops per 100,000 people (8.8).
The top 10 reads as follows:
- Edinburgh, United Kingdom
- Amsterdam, Netherlands
- Florence, Italy
- Dublin, Ireland
- Antwerp, Belgium
- Sarajevo, Bosnia
- Bratislava, Slovakia
- Bologna, Italy
- Prague, Czech Republic
- Lisbon, Portugal
With the added bonus of whiskey-infused Irish coffees whenever the occasion calls for it, Dublin has you covered when it comes to hot beverages.