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Artisan coffee roaster Caffe Luxxe opened its newest café in Malibu, California on 26th April at 22333 Pacific Coast Highway.
Just in time for Frappuccino beverage season, Starbucks has introduced the Midnight Mint Mocha Frappuccino blended beverage along with returning favorite S’mores Frappuccino blended beverage.
Once only found in enchanted forests, unicorns have been popping up in social media with shimmering unicorn-themed food and drinks.
Ampersand, a coffeehouse by day and caffeine-fueled bar by night, will open in April in Fort Worth, Texas at 3009 Bledsoe St. in the West 7th area.
Starbucks customers in the US have new ways to get their coffee on-the-go this spring with new additions to Starbucks ready-to-drink beverages line. The new RTD beverages are available where groceries are sold.
Starbucks has introduced Nitro Cold Brew on tap at its first location in the UK in London, with plans to roll out to up to 100 more stores around the country this summer.
I do not typically drink flavored coffees; the flavors of the terroir are usually enough for me. However, I admit that, particularly in the cold-weather months, I often like an espresso-blended beverage–of the mocha variety–as an afternoon pick-me-up.
With the start of a new year, Starbucks is launching new winter beverages around the world. From Asia to the UK, Starbucks’ global customers have a wide array of new beverages from which to choose.
This holiday season, Starbucks is offering a cool twist on the traditional holiday spice with the Starbucks Spiced Sweet Cream Nariño 70 Cold Brew. The new beverage joined Starbucks holiday beverage lineup at Starbucks stores in the US and Canada on earlier this month.
Caribou Coffee is going over the top this holiday season with toppings.
Starbucks Coffee is bringing a little heat to its fall beverage line up with its new spicy Chile Mocha.
Starbucks Coffee has opened its newest Caribbean store in San Fernando on the island of Trinidad in August, marking its 74th global market.
The British are well known as tea lovers. United Kingdom residents consumed 153 liters of brewed tea on a per capita basis in retail channels in 2014, well above the global average of 33 liters.