Here Are Four US States To Travel To If You Love Coffee

Coffee in Seattle, Washington
Coffee in Seattle, Washington. Photo by Brett Wharton on Unsplash

If you’re a big coffee drinker and looking to incorporate coffee into your next great All American trip, then you have many options. Lucky for you, we have compiled a short list of some of the states best known for their coffee, so you can skip the research and pack your bags! Keep reading for four US states to travel to if you love coffee.

Portland, Oregon

Oregon is one of the biggest coffee manufacturers in the states making it an ideal choice for coffee lovers and connoisseurs. There are no shortage of amazing coffee shops to choose from in this state. Fans who love nature and hiking should also add Oregon to their list, and drink their coffee overlooking some beautiful nature.

Seatle, Washington

Seattle is the birthplace of Starbucks, and home to many coffee shops that are both delicious, and supposedly more affordable than in other states across the USA.

San Francisco, California

In addition to LA, San Fran is one of the most popular coffee destinations, as it boasts the highest average spending on coffee per household, making it excellent stomping grounds for the coffee obsessed individual.

New Orleans, Louisiana

NOLA is home to some of the best coffee around the world, offering its own spin on classics such as the Cafe Au Lait, where they add spiced chicory root. This makes New Orleans a staple in the coffee world, and it is also a key part of the international coffee trade.