This map shows the huge international reach of Costa Coffee, the mega-chain which Coca-Cola just bought for $5.1 billion

Martin Rosenbaum/FlickrA Costa coffee in China’s capital Beijing, 2013.
  • Coca-Cola is buying Costa Coffee for $US5.1 billion, a huge move into the coffee market.
  • Costa is based in the UK, but has stores worldwide – here’s where they all are.

Coca-Cola is buying the biggest coffee company in Europe, Costa Coffee, for $US5.1 billion, it announced on Friday, making its first move into the coffee market.

Though most Costas are in Britain, part of the attraction will inevitably have been the chain’s global reach, including 459 stores in China, almost 60 in India, and a solitary outlet in Vietnam.

This map shows you the breadth of Costa’s reach, labelling each country with how many stores are there.

Costa coffee branches mapSamantha Lee/Business InsiderCosta Coffee’s 3,882 branches worldwide.

Here’s the data in full:

Here’s the full list as of May 2018.

UK 2,467

China 459

UAE 150

Poland 147

Ireland 114

India 57

Saudi Arabia 56

Kuwait 51

Czech Republic 45

Egypt 44

Russia 35

Qatar 30

Hungary 28

Spain 25

Cyprus 24

Bahrain 23

Oman 22

Bulgaria 21

Philippines 16

Kazakhstan 12

Latvia 11

Malta 11

France 8

Singapore 6

Portugal 5

Jordan 4

Cambodia 4

Morocco 3

Vietnam 1

Lebanon 1

Germany 1

Indonesia 1

Despite its global reach, Costa has a distinctive style that repeats itself all over the world. Business Insider published an in-depth store review based on a visit in London earlier today.

But there are, inevitably, some differences, and Costas can be seen next to some major landmarks.

There’s a Costa right opposite the famous Sagrada Familia in Barcelona.

Barcelona CostaGoogle MapsThe Costa (L) facing the famous Sagrada familia church.

Here’s what a store looks like in Jordan.

Costa JordanGoogle MapsA Costa Coffee sign in Arabic in Jordan.

In Beijing, the capital of China…

Costa BeijingMartin Rosenbaum/FlickrA Costa coffee in China’s capital Beijing, 2013.

…in Poznan, Poland…

Poland CostaGoogle MapsA Costa branch in the Polish town of Poznan.

And one by the coast in Qatar too…

Costa QatarGoogle MapsHere’s a Costa branch lit-up in Qatar

The news broke on Friday that one of Europe’s largest coffee chains was selling for $US5.1 billion – more than 16 times Costa’s expected full-year earnings in 2018, Business Insider reported.

“Hot beverages is one of the few remaining segments of the total beverage landscape where Coca-Cola does not have a global brand,” Coca-Cola CEO James Quincey said in a statement, Business Insider reported. “Costa gives us access to this market through a strong coffee platform.”

The deal comes with the 3,882 worldwide stores.

Read the full details of the acquisition here.

Apart from in the United Kingdom, China has the most stores with nearly 460.

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