Question is confusing. Are you asking for time or money. If it is time then I like enjoying every sip of coffee and if it money I like it to be prepared by my sweet wife and will not like to waste money on coffee in a caffeteria.
I only buy coffee once in a blue moon, because we have free coffee going all morning in my office. It's pretty terrible stuff but hey, it's free.
This is hard to say, because most of the coffee I drink is made at home and a can of Maxwell House goes a long way. I usually spend $6 to $7 a can. Sometimes I get a cup of coffee at work from the vending machine and it cost 45 cent. Once in a while I splurge by getting a Starbucks but I don't do that every day. In fact I think I have not been there for a year.
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