An enticing new Starbucks South Africa experience has opened for locals at Drakenstein in Paarl. A hot spot for sports celebrities and CEOs, this stunning part of the world is also home to local families enjoying the excellent schools and community facilities offered by the largest town in the Cape Winelands. 

Surrounded by the timeless beauty of historic wine farms, this new Starbucks built in the heart of the new Drakenstein development is sure to be a social magnet for local celebrities, families, school kids and cycling enthusiasts taking shelter from the extreme high and low temperatures so typical of this unique area.

The wide range of Starbucks premium coffees, warm and friendly service, the speciality iced Frappuccino’s and other iced beverages promise to be a big hit with local and international visitors enjoying the scenery of this international tourist destination.

The new store, managed by the proud and plucky Phelokazi features the full range of Starbucks hot and cold beverages and a selection of delicious treats, including brownies, macaroons, and their famous Chocolate Brownie. You can also savor the sensational Holiday Trio, Caramel Waffle latte, Gingerbread latte or the Toffee Nut latte

Phelokazi and the team invite customers to visit and enjoy their handcrafted seasonal beverages, including the spicy and refined Holiday Blend featuring rare aged Sumatra coffee beans, the new sweet and figgy Holiday Reserve blonde roast, or the return of the ever-popular candied ginger and cedar spice of the traditional Holiday Blend. 

This latest super-stylish Starbucks store is a perfect way to kickstart the holiday vibes with handcrafted, high-quality, hot, and ice-cold teas and coffees served by super-friendly Starbucks hosts. And while you’re there, ask Phelo to brew up her personal fav’, “I can’t get enough of the Frappuccino’s — they’re new to me, and I love everything about them!

Did you know?

Starbucks coffee is 99% ethically sourced and accredited by Conservation International under the C.A.F.E. Practices programme. Starbucks is committed to ethically sourcing coffee worldwide and including exceptional coffee from nine countries in Africa – Rwanda, Uganda, Tanzania, Ethiopia, Kenya, Burundi, Zambia, Cameroon, and the Democratic Republic of Congo.

For more information, visit www.starbucks.co.za.

 

 

This article was published in partnership with Media Xpose.

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