Available 1-liter Value Packs for home consumption!
MUMBAI: Tata Starbucks is introducing a new range of handcrafted cold beverages in 1-Litre value packs. This innovative new offering will allow customers to enjoy the signature Starbucks experience in the comfort of their homes with their loved ones.
The available beverages in this range are Green Tea Latte, Iced Shaken Hibiscus and Lemonade, Cold Brew Black, Vanilla Sweet Cream Cold Brew, Vanilla Latte, Signature Hot Chocolate and Vegan Cold Brew. Each bottle serves 4-5 cups and prices start from INR 550. The beverages are handcrafted in store based on the order and are sealed right in front of our customers in the new 1 litre bottles to ensure freshness and personalization of our customers’ favourite Starbucks beverage. The 1-litre bottles are ideal for family and in-home consumption and offer great value.
“This is an exciting innovation and aligns closely with the rapidly evolving preferences of our customers. We are committed to new ways of engaging with our customers to offer comfort, value, and exciting ways of enjoying their favorite Starbucks beverages and that much-needed quality time together with their family,” says Navin Gurnaney, CEO, Tata Starbucks Pvt. Ltd.
The new exciting range of handcrafted beverages is available in select stores across India.
Tata Starbucks presently operates 186 stores out of 11 cities in India. Strict safety and hygiene measures are followed inside Starbucks stores to ensure a safe environment for partners (employees) and customers, such as kitchen surfaces being sanitized every thirty minutes, access to sanitizers across Starbucks stores, mandatory temperature checks, mandatory usage of face masks for all partners and customers, amongst others. Tata Starbucks remains grounded in its commitment to long-term growth potential in India, with consistent additions in the form of innovative offerings, and engaging with the Starbucks community, building a long-lasting emotional connection.
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