5 Questionable Coffee Infographics That Really Hav...

5 Questionable Coffee Infographics That Really Have Us Buzzing


Webster’s Dictionary defines the infographic as a visual image such as a chart or diagram used to represent information or data.” Combine that with coffee and you’ve really got something buzzworthy! Or at least you should. Turns out infographics are also a way to permanently fix dubious, questionable, or downright inaccurate information to a large font and color splash. The infographic gods giveth, surely, but they also taketh away.

Below are 5 coffee infographics, each containing highly questionable claims and information. Can you spot the flat-out inaccuracies? Can you prove your worth as King Dork or Queen Nerd by pointing out the mistakes? Do so in our comments section, or on Twitter, whatever. Or don’t. It’s your life.

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1. Coffee – 5 Interesting Facts



  1. sewa mobil surabaya

    11 November

    xI think you should have a look on another great latte artist’s Instagramaz

  2. Jason

    10 July

    Light roast has more caffeine than dark roast? Pffftt. This myth has already been busted!

  3. B

    10 July

    They also spell “coffee” wrong repeatedly as “coffe.”

  4. Tom

    10 July

    And the calories the water adds, who knew!

  5. Nathan Pickles

    10 July

    5 Interesting Facts has one Fact totally WRONG. Hawaii ain’t the only state producing coffee commercially. Good Land Organics grows coffee in CALIFORNIA. LOOK IT UP.

  6. Nathanael

    10 July

    I was pleased to find out that once I finished reading #2, I knew “all I needed to know about coffee.”

  7. Nathan Pickles

    10 July

    Lady Iron Chef says Columbia is #3 coffee producing country. COLUMBIA? PBBBT. It’s COLOMBIA. And Honduras & Peru are one country? NEWS TO ME.

  8. So a ‘Cafe Au Lait’ is a Hot Chocolate ?? (Hamilton Beach)

  9. Sarah Funnell

    10 July

    Both #4 and #1 have ye olde light vs. dark oversimplification. I wrote a post about that not long ago.

    The “2nd most valuable commodity” line in #2 is pretty questionable, as well.

    …and now I am coming up with too many to list. Honorable mentions for “most egregious oversimplifications and mistruths” go to the “Kaffa” etymology in #2 and the placement of cafe au lait on the venn diagram in #3.

  10. Steve Halasz

    10 July

    Hm, Ireland only consumes 3.5kg of coffee per year? I guess that’s because it’s offset by all the Jameson in their mugs?

  11. Tim

    10 July

    I love how in the first one, an americano has 5 times as much caffeine as a shot of espresso. That is some potent water they added.

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