I make my own coffee.
I wouldn't buy anything from them either.
I've only had coffee from Starbucks 3 or 4 times and that's because someone bought it for me, without asking me.
Yea...it didn't work.
People who won't buy from starbucks should tell us why? I have heard many reasons but I would like to know your reason..
OK thank you thes
DDD so do I but it is starbucks
I've never tried that.
I use the same coffee, that I've always used.
OK DD carry on.
Okay Lorraine...you too..
Tho, I can't speak because I've never bought anything from a starbucks
Yes, and their coffee sucks.
OK I thought it was awful first time. Then I got the blonde veara ti\o make at home very nice.
it is just the flavor a lighter roast for delicate instead of intense coffee..
wild you are welcome
me too but i make starbucks
I don't know...I've never set foot in a Starbucks.
I have no problem with their prices. I buy the Chai Tea from Starbucks 3 or 4 times a week
Plain chai tea, or their chai latte?
Chai latte. No water extra pump
Well in that case, you may be taking years off your life, drinking that liquid candy 3 or 4 times a week... and hastening La Reconquista in the process.
I'm sure Starbucks doesn't mind.
Ah, another effete gringo.
Just the cup of tea de los radicales.
Oh wow you will never get rich doing that.
I'm not aware of the price. I've only had one Starbucks, it was too strong, and it was paid for by my boss.
Yes, and I also don't see all of the fuss.
It is the best but way too expensive for sure. And in out of the way locations for me, So I am usually grabbing Dunkin with a turbo boost.
I've never acquired a taste for coffee. I'll stick to Diet Coke for my caffeine.
Like most things, it's paying for the brand, including the reliability, customer service, and accessibility.
Are Nike, Gucci, (countless other brands) over-priced? No. Because people are willing to pay for them
I've had Starbucks a few times in my life only because I had coupons for free drinks, their coffees taste like dirt, and their other hot drinks taste no better than gas station.