The card has the structural formula of caffeine. The coffee consumption of Finland per capita is one of the highest in the world, about twelve kilograms per person a year, whereas in Italy for example, it is below six kilos. Most of it is regular drip coffee with a light roast, even though the consumption of speciality coffees is on the rise. 12 kg only ends up being 4-5 cups per day. The average consumption includes children and non-coffee drinkers too. So the people who drink, drink a lot!