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1,200 Baht

Bali, an Indonesian island known for its pristine beaches and lush bamboo groves, is paradise for growing coffee. On the volcanic slopes of Mt. Batur, coffee plants are shaded by orange trees that protect them from direct sunlight and intercropped with taro and cassava root. Fallen leaves from high-reaching canopies provide the soil with organic matter and essential nutrients, creating balance in the ecosystem. This lot is the product of 393 smallholder farms and brought to life using a traditional wet-hulled processing method. The result is an aromatic harmony of lemon leaves and sweet marzipan notes, finishing with notes of dusted cocoa.

850 Baht

The heart of this Colombian coffee is ignited by the passion of young famers born and raised in the mountains of Nariño. With support from Starbucks Colombia Initiative, Granos de Esperanza (Grains of Hope), they bridge the generational gap of coffee farmers through a holistic multiyear plan to grow their livelihoods and Nariño’s economy. Cultivated during warm tropical days and cool nights, these beans exude a complex, refined flavor. And the farmers’ continued success manifests in this coffee—an embodiment of prosperity for themselves and the place they call home.

1,200 Baht

The highlands of Indonesia’s Aceh Province are home to diverse ethnicities and tribes. The area’s agricultural potential has become a top priority for development, with coffee being a key focus. Known as the “land above the clouds,” Gunung Leuser reaches high into the mountains. Here coffee trees are surrounded by the cherished lands of the Leuser National Park, a rich and expansive rainforest that’s one of the last places on earth with endangered orangutans living in the wild. To protect the forest from damage and deforestation, the government and local community have increased their efforts to develop the smallholder agricultural sector, with a focus on coffee as a vital crop. Their dedication culminates in this—a cup as distinct as the land where it was grown.

329 Baht

Expertly blended with high quality Arabica coffee and dairy milk, giving a soft, light layer of foam. *Only at selected stores.

329 Baht

It’s a special blend of beans from Latin America and Asia-Pacific darkly roasted to produce a rich and caramelly sweetness. *Only at selected stores.

329 Baht

It’s a special blend of beans from Latin America medium roasted to produce a nutty and cocoa sweetness. *Only at selected stores.

329 Baht

Perfect blend of high quality matcha green tea and creamy milk. *Only at selected stores.

750 Baht

In Eastern Rwanda, a new generation of young coffee farmers is at the helm. Most of them having rich background in banana farming (an agricultural sector which has faced multiple challenges over recent years), they are learning to thrive in a new world of coffee and are motivated by and large to continue supporting their families and livelihoods. With these new opportunities ahead of them, the future is uncharted yet bright for this new generation of farmers. The packaging design is inspired by coffee trees grown on the farm and imigongo, a traditional Rwandan art.

545 Baht

Although the gulf between these two types is huge, we think all can agree that our Breakfast Blend is one fine coffee. It’s a gathering of Latin American beans chosen for their sparkling flavor. Kind of like orange juice and the way it dances on your tongue, this coffee has a get-up-and-going charge to it. But we roast these beans a little lighter than we usually do. So the flavor is lighter-bodied and milder – just a nudge really. What you get is a nice, clean taste with a sunny disposition. Whether your cup is half full or half empty, it’s all good.

595 Baht

The very first day Seattle’s Pike Place Market opened in the summer of 1907, hundreds of eager customers snatched up all the farm-fresh goods in a matter of hours. By noon, there wasn’t a scrap of produce left as the farmers’ wagons began to roll out. When we set up shop here in 1971, we knew our success would depend on how well we could cater to this insatiable appetite for freshness. Naturally we took up this challenge with gusto, offering superlative brews day in and day out. Pike Place® Roast is as much a celebration of our proud history at the market as a heartfelt toast to our discerning customers. We created this blend to meet a wide range of tastes. Whether you prefer it straight up or complemented with cream and sugar, we promise a bold, satisfying cup that’s rich in flavor yet balanced enough to enjoy every day. Pike Place is a trademark or registered trademark of The Pike Place Market PDA, used under license.

545 Baht

Consumers will not only enjoy a great cup of Starbucks® Muanjai™ Blend, but will also make a difference with their purchase of this Starbucks® Commitment to Origins™ coffee. A bold blend of Arabica coffees from Thailand and other islands in the Pacific. The Muan Jai Blend is balanced with notable body. It has a lingering earthy spiciness in the finish. Did you know? This coffee is now the pride of all the partners (employees) of Starbucks Coffee Thailand. Starbucks Thailand partners are inspired to name this newly created Thai blend "Muan Jai", which means "wholehearted happiness" in the Northern Thai language.

545 Baht

Caffè Verona™ is a seductive blend of beans from Latin America and Indonesia, with a gentle touch of Italian Roast lending depth, soul and sweetness. Because this delectable combination pairs so very well with chocolate, it has become a Valentine’s Day favorite – and the coffee we most associate with romance. Bella, Bella! P.S.: Literature lovers out there will recognize Verona as the city where Shakespeare set Romeo and Juliet. Although the play ends in tragedy, we’d like you to know that every cup of this coffee has a happy ending.

545 Baht

It's a special blend of beans from Latin America and Asia-Pacific darkly roasted to produce a rich and caramelly sweetness. Because this dense, full-bodied brew has a stout taste that stands up against milk, it’s the perfect foundation for making a latte or cappuccino at home. Here’s an interesting fact: Espresso was invented in Italy by an enterprising soul who was seeking a way to prepare coffee in less time, in order to serve commuters rushing to catch trains. Which is somewhat ironic when you think about it, because coffee lovers in Italy (and all over the world) now prefer to savor their espresso in long, slow sips.

545 Baht

That’s an apt description of our favorite way to enjoy Italian Roast – just ourselves, two cups, and an afternoon to spare. This coffee gets its distinctive sweetness from the way it is roasted: dark, and darker still. Somewhere beyond the caramel notes of our Espresso Roast but short of the smokiness that identifies our French Roast – that is the sweet spot held by Italian Roast. What is created after the coffee cools is a sturdy and sweet blend, potent and intense.

545 Baht

It takes an adventurous palate to appreciate this coffee’s blunt flavors. In fact, French Roast is one coffee that people seem to either love or hate. There is no in-between here. If you are a Francophile, we’d like you to know that our French Roast is something we’re particularly proud of. Perhaps no other coffee demands more attention from our roasters. And the beans we use here are of the highest quality. In truth, they have to be in order to withstand the intense fires that make French Roast what it is – anything less than the sturdiest would be totally consumed by the heat.

545 Baht

And perhaps no creature is more remarkable than the world’s largest lizard: the Komodo dragon. Like that beast, this coffee is bold and surprisingly snappy. It was also, until recently, just as rare as that elusive and endangered animal. We first sold this blend by mail and online orders only. But it became such a customer favorite that we unleashed it within our stores as well. It’s an assertive combination of several Asia/Pacific coffees: part bright, biting acidity and part earthy, loamy smoothness.

595 Baht

A pound a week, in fact. And it may interest you to know that this coffee is the one single-origin offering that we most often choose to enjoy at home, after we take off the green apron. Why do we love it so? It has a full, buttery body with virtually no acidity, so the coffee’s intensity and flavor simply lingers on your tongue. Make no mistake, this is a slurping coffee. At its best, there’s no mistaking the concentrated herbal notes and earthy aroma – telltale marks this beloved brew have left on our shirts and our hearts.