The Dollars and Cents Of Coffee
Let's face it, at most coffee shops, the average price of a beverage is around $4. The average person goes out to buy coffee 3-6 times a week. This results in the average person spending about $12-$24 a week. Continuing that math shows a cost of roughly $48-$96 a month... which is then $576 - $1,152 per year. That’s a lot of money!
Now if you buy pre-bottled cold brew, that costs about $3 on a good day. Some of the options out there are not that portable (glass bottles are not something many people may want to tote around with them in their bag) and none give you the choice of coffee beans used or brew time and you definitely know it's not freshly brewed.
We totally get it. Everyone loves coffee. But think about it! You’re spending a lot of money on coffee every week, it should be worth it! Instead, you get mediocre, burnt and acidic coffee that’s loaded with sugar and chemicals (besides, the barista is only going to get your name wrong again).
While buying pre-bottled cold brew, or stopping in for a drink at a local coffee house might be great options once in a while, for long term? Nothing beats making cold brew at home using your favorite coffee, filtered water and the brew time that suits your taste!
Just how much will I save?
The BOD® produces a delicious cold brew extract allowing you to make both hot and iced coffee drinks at your preferred strength. One brew cycle makes about 8-12 servings of coffee, and if you brew you grounds a second time, that nearly doubles the amount. On average, one serving of BodyBrew Coffee is about 49¢. Let’s do some math!
49¢ x 3-6 times a week = $1.47 - $2.94 per week.
$5.88 - $11.76 per month.
$70.56 - $141.12 per year.
With the amount of money saved, the BOD will pay for itself faster than you can say “coffee’s ready"!