Millennials are spending too much money on coffee. It’s proven that this is the reason why they’re locked out of the housing market – young people are frittering away the wages benevolently bestowed by their employers on frivolous and unnecessary caffeinated drinks.
The solution: International Roast. This smooth, mild-tasting, coffee-based beverage was once a stalwart of kitchens and office tea rooms the country over. Is it just a coincidence that as the proportion of Australians under 35 owning their own homes has crashed to record-low levels, so too has the popularity of this humble and budget-conscious drink? For the price of three fancy espressos from your local bearded barista, you could instead buy a half-kilo tin of International Roast containing 333 frugal serves. Your coffee dollar goes 100 times further, and that house deposit will save itself in no time.