Since January 1999 in Beijing Starbucks opened China’s first store in mainland China, as of now, there are about 2000 Starbucks stores in China, covering more than 100 cities of China. “If I am not in Starbucks, then I am on the way to Starbucks” has become China’s urban white-collar popular classic advertising language. In just 17 years, from the corner of the city street to the office buildings everywhere you can see the green logo of Starbucks coffee shops. In past 2015 Starbucks in China opened a new coffee shop every 18 hours!
Do you know what? The Starbucks name was inspired by the famous novel Moby Dick’s Starbuck, because he always drink a lot lot coffee. Logo is the Greek myth of the topless double tailed Mermaid, meaning their coffee has a strong attraction and temptation. Later Starbucks felt too suggestive, so changed to a current simple and agile logo.
In addition to coffee, Starbucks has its own unique point is that it is not the same as every store, at least in a number of well-known tourist attractions, Starbucks will usually integrate into the local characteristics to consider the style of the shop design. Today, I also find some interesting shops and want share with you.
The following are some small interesting things about Starbucks and I feel it maybe good for you:
In 2017, Starbucks will engage in an area of 2700 square combine with manufacturing and selling coffee hall in one of the bustling business district of West Nanjing Road of Shanghai.
If you bring a cup of your own, buy coffee in Starbucks can enjoy 3 yuan discount.
Starbucks recently launched two coffee specifically for the dog: “Puppuccino” and “Puppulatte”.
Lactose intolerance but still a coffee lover can choose soya milk instead of normal milk.
Love to drink coffee but worrying the calories can be replaced of nonfat milk.