It seems weird writing this from downtown Grand Rapids, where I can see four coffee shops from my window, but Michigan drinks less caffeine than most of the nation.

It's not from my lack of trying, I can tell you that. I drink way more caffeine than I probably should, but I guess of all the vices to have, that one ain't too bad, right?

Zippia.com used caffeine consumption combined with sales of other caffeinated beverages like cola and energy drinks as well as search terms like "Coffee near me" to determined their most caffeinated states.

Here's what they found:

According to the results, Vermont is REALLY suckin' it down.  And I guess, Delaware is full of "morning people" who don't need it.

The ten most caffeinated states in America are:  Vermont,  Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, Hawaii, Idaho, Rhode Island, Oregon, Kansas and Iowa.

The ten LEAST caffeinated states are:  Delaware, Maryland, Georgia, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Nebraska, Virginia, Arkansas and Michigan.

Yup. That's right Michigan was 41st in caffeine consumption last year. I guess I'm going to have to up my game.

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