Starbucks is shaking up its happy hours.The (select) Thursday treat you know and love will look a little different starting today, October 10, the first happy hour to take on this new format.
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The country’s first Starbucks is located right on the waterfront and has a pale stone façade and walls.8 of 23
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The on-campus Starbucks at George Mason University put old books to good use in an art installation.
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Halloween is in full swing at Disney and even the parks' Starbucks stores are getting in on the fun.A "Halloween Time" menu at Disneyland Resort's Starbucks shows two special drinks available for a limited time this fall: the Maleficent Frappuccino and the Dr.
In an interview with Bloomberg, Johnson discussed the development of pick-up only stores meant to serve mobile and delivery only.A similar concept was tested in China, where Starbucks Now stores allow customers to place an order in advance and pick it up in an express shop without a wait.
Since it's still too hot to comfortably drink a hot latte—and because cold beverages accounted for 50 percent of the coffee giant's sales in 2018—Starbucks is giving fans a new pumpkin drink to sip on: the Pumpkin Cream Cold Brew.This drink marks a few firsts for Starbucks—it's the first cold pumpkin drink to be introduced (yes, you can get your PSL iced, but this one is only available as a cold drink) and the first riff on the PSL since it first came to stores in 2003.
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Just how we mark fall by the return of the PSL in August, summer is starting a bit early this year with a Tuesday, April 30 launch date for this beloved summer drink.
The Starbucks Newsroom explains the line of capsules will include four different flavors: Starbucks Espresso Roast, Starbucks Blonde Espresso Roast, Starbucks Single-Origin Colombia Coffee, and Starbucks Pike Place Roast.The Starbucks Espresso Roast leads the line—it's the same sweet and straightforward Starbucks espresso flavor you've come to know and love whereas the Blonde Espresso variety is a bit sweeter and lends itself nicely to all sorts of milk combinations.