Best Life ranked 20 major coffee chains from favorite to least favorite, and two Minnesota chains came out ahead.

When it comes to coffee, Minnesota knows how to do it right. Not only do we boast countless local coffee roasteries and independent coffee shops around the state, but two of the nations largest coffee chains call the Land of 10,000 Lakes home. Brooklyn Center-based Caribou Coffee and St. Paul-based Dunn Brothers Coffee both made a new list of national coffee chains ranked best to worst, and -- to our caffeinated delight -- both ranked relatively well.

News and lifestyle tips website Best Life just revealed its findings of America's favorite (and least favorite) coffee chains. Looking at 20 major chains with at least 25 locations nationally, Best Life gathered data from the Better Business Bureau (BBB) and popular review websites Trustpilot and Yelp to rank them all from most to least favorite. Dunn Brothers and Caribou Coffee both ranked within the top 10 most-liked coffee chains, coming in at No. 7 and No. 8 respectively. Dunn Brothers earned an A+ and score of 97 (out of 100) from the BBB and overall Yelp review of 3.92 (out of 5); Caribou Coffee also earned an A+ and score of 97 from the BBB and an overall Yelp review of 3.73.

Seattle-based Starbucks ranked 12th overall, followed by renamed Dunkin' at No. 13. Tim Hortons came in at No. 19 and Gloria Jeans rounded out the 20. Here's the full list from top-rated to least:

1. The Human Bean
2. Classic Rock Coffee Co.
3. Hard Bean Coffee
4. Ziggie's Coffee
5. It's a Grind Coffee House
6. Rock 'n' Joe Coffee Bar
7. Dunn Brothers Coffee
8. Caribou Coffee
9. Aroma Joe's Coffee
10. Coffee Beanery
11. PJ's Coffee of New Orleans
12. Starbucks
13. Dunkin'
14. Sweetwater's Coffee and Tea
15. The Coffee Bean and Tea Leaf
16. Biggby Coffee
17. Peet's Coffee & Tea
18. Bottom's Up Espresso
19. Tim Horton's
20. Gloria Jeans Coffee

Check out the full list and ratings from Best Life here.

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