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  • China’s latte art craze hits the high street
  • China’s latte art craze hits the high street
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China’s latte art craze hits the high street

Latte art is making China fall in love with coffee. While the caffeinated beverage has enjoyed growing popularity in recent years, appreciation for the artistry that surrounds what goes into the perfect cup is more important in China than ever. And Starbucks is jumping on the bandwagon.

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