Social media "youth" bloggers are claiming as much but they list the upcoming location as a spot the currently hosts a Krispy Kreme in a strip mall which is obviously unlikely.
Here's more insight about the concept . . .
Starbucks Reserve is a selection of the rarest, most extraordinary coffees Starbucks has to offer. It’s where we push our own boundaries of craft, developing a unique roast for each individual lot before experimenting with coffee as an art form—brewing, aging, infusing and blending it into imaginative and often surprising creations. Through our Roasteries and bars, we share our discoveries and the enjoyment of exceptional coffee with the world.
A building with a bit of history would be a better location.
Still . . . We enjoy an evening cup of coffee so this online rumor is worth just a bit of consideration and something that the corporate giant might use to help shift the narrative away from alleged union busting.
Meanwhile . . .
Like a great many things in life . . . The barista jokes are fun on both ends . . . The generational dispute targets arrogant youthful workers AND inadvertently exposes embittered oldsters. Who says that we can't savor post-capitalism???
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Michael Gordon/Shutterstock Whether popping into your local Starbucks for a Joe-to-go or indulging in a coffee-shop afternoon, you're very likely sipping Arabica coffee. The company's coffee engagement manager Aaron Robinson explains in a Coffee at Home discussion that Starbucks only buys beans from Arabica trees growing at elevations between about 3,000 and 6,000 feet.