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Technology at the new Starbucks Reserve Roastery in Shanghai allows visitors to scan anywhere, explore everywhere and order anytime.
The line snaked around the corner before Starbucks executive chairman Howard Schultz and Starbucks China ceo Belinda Wong opened the doors for the Shanghai Roastery’s first day.
The biggest, most beautiful Starbucks welcomes the world as it officially opens. Our photographers chronicle the crowds, lights and excitement of the Shanghai Roastery opening.
Three years ago, Starbucks opened the world’s first Reserve Roastery in Seattle. Now, the epitome of Starbucks coffee and retail innovation is open in China, the company’s fastest growing market.
Our photographers take you behind the doors and into the largest, most beautiful Starbucks in the world as it opens this week.
Starbucks’ longest coffee bar in the world, a two-story copper coffee roasting cask and a 3-D printed tea bar are among some of the things visitors will see.
As the season of giving good continues, Starbucks stores will serve beverages in a new red holiday cup for a limited time, featuring a white heart framed by two hands coming together.
Six designs based on archive prints debut in the limited-edition holiday collection. Starting Nov. 21, customers can purchase the limited-edition Liberty Fabrics & S’well bottles, featuring beloved iconic prints by renowned luxury design house and retailer Liberty London Fabrics.