The popular coffee shop is opening a new location. Think cocktails, mixology seminars, taster flights, etc.
A 23,000-square-foot, three-floor Starbucks Reserve will debut on November 16 at New York City's Empire State Building.
Like existing Starbucks Reserve Roasteries, the new location will feature traditional and seasonal coffees as well as
Starbucks Reserve specialty drinks like the Hazelnut Bianco Latte and Whiskey Barrel Aged Cold Brew.
The shop will be the only one to serve Cold Pressed Espresso, which uses cold water and mild pressure to create a softer, sweeter espresso shot resembling a slow-steeped cold brew.
And what's a Starbucks Reserve without alcoholic drinks? Classic, signature, and coffee-inspired cocktails will be available, and fans may prepare them themselves.
The business offers small ticketed group lessons guided by baristas and mixologists to educate customers how to make coffee and alcoholic cocktails.
Customers may select sample flights and food combinations from Princi—Starbucks Reserve's official food vendor.
Starbucks has operated shops in the Empire State Building since 2008. Seattle, Shanghai, Milan, Tokyo, and Chicago already have Reserve Roasteries.
"For over three decades, we've evolved alongside New York, where people congregate to connect, explore, and exchange ideas," Starbucks stated.
The Starbucks Reserve Empire State Building location will bring people together over coffee and cuisine that celebrates human connection, which is at the core of the Starbucks Experience.