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650 Baht

A combination of Ethiopia, Indonesia and Guatemala beans create not just a seasonal blend, but a rich coffee experience that showcases a sense of place and what it takes to bring coffees from thousands of miles apart and masterfully blend and roast them to share over the dinner table. This pre-roast blend is best paired with herbs, cheese and warm spices.

650 Baht

This coffee is a three region blend of West Java, Rwanda and Peru each one chosen for the trailblazing way the coffee was grown, cultivated and processed. This coffee embarks us on a journey into the next 50 years of Starbucks coffee and boldly envisions a more sustainable future for the coffee industry. Notes of tangerine zest and sweet marzipan with a chocolaty body and wild honey floral finish, this coffee is best paired with citrus, chocolate and nuts.

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.

945 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.   *It’s tough to tell the difference between a Starbucks caffeinated and decaffeinated coffee. Our decaf versions deliver the same great taste and quality, just with less caffeine.  It is a cup for those who know what they want, and more to the point, what they don’t want.

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.

350 Baht

This is a coffee of one true love, and three names. We created it just for a Seattle restaurant in 1975, naming it Jake's Blend. And people loved it. So many, in fact, that we began hand scooping and blending it to order in our stores, where it was known as 80/20 Blend, for the recipe. The love was so strong we finally made it official, calling it Caffè Verona after the city that inspires so many. By any name, this is a thing of pure romance.

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