South Dakota is home to one of the most famous, and cheapest, cups of coffee in America, with a steaming cup of joe going for just a nickel at Wall Drug.

But you'll need a pocketful of Jeffersons to buy a cup of coffee just about everywhere else in the Mount Rushmore State.

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According to the numbers, the average cup of coffee in South Dakota ($2.32) falls slightly below the national average ($2.50).

Not surprisingly, Washington, the birthplace of Starbucks, is home to the most expensive cup of coffee in the country - $3.46 on average. In fact, six of the seven most expensive coffee cities in America are in the Evergreen State, with Seattle leading the way at $3.92.

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania is home to the nation's cheapest cup of coffee at $1.18.

STATES WITH THE MOST EXPENSIVE COFFEE (per cup)

  • Washington - $3.46
  • Louisiana - $3.10
  • Indiana - $2.84
  • Oregon - $2.83
  • Maryland - $2.77
  • Tennessee - $2.77
  • Alabama - $2.76
  • Illinois - $2.76
  • Massachusetts - $2.71

STATES WITH THE LEAST EXPENSIVE COFFEE (per cup)

  • Iowa - $1.38
  • New Hampshire - $1.42
  • Rhode Island - $1.50
  • New Jersey - $1.54
  • Missouri - $1.59
  • West Virginia - $1.62
  • Delaware - $1.67
  • Ohio - $1.68
  • North Dakota - $1.75
  • Michigan - $1.77

When it comes to finding a cup of coffee, America's most remote state is a java lovers haven.

Hawaii leads the country with a whopping 41 coffee shops per 100,000 people. South Dakota has seven, although Sioux Falls more than makes up for that with 29 coffee shops per 100,000 people.

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