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  • Starbucks Reserve bar appeals to craft coffee fans
  • Starbucks Reserve bar appeals to craft coffee fans
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Starbucks Reserve bar appeals to craft coffee fans

Starbucks is typically known for its Americanos and Frappuccinos. But a concept store in London is seeing the coffee giant catering to a more discerning customer. Breaking with tradition, the Reserve bar looks more like a restaurant than one of its famous high street shops.

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