Starbucks to open in Nha Trang

Friday, Mar 12, 2021 22:48

The new collection launched by Starbucks to celerate its 50th anniversary. — VNS Photo

Starbucks Vietnam on Tuesday announced to open the first stores in Nha Trang in the end of next month, the fifth provinces and cites that the company puts their feet in.

2021 marks the eight-year milestone of Starbucks Viet Nam. Since the 1st store opening in HCM city in 2013, there are now 67 Starbucks stores in four cities of HCM City, Ha Noi, Hai Phong and Da Nang.

“Thanks to the successful control of pandemic in Viet Nam, in our eighth anniversary celebration, we’re excited to announce the opening Nha Trang at the end of April. We will introduce the brand to this beautiful city in three amazing locations,” Patricia Marques the General Manager of Starbucks Vietnam shared.

Starbucks is celebrating its 50th anniversary around the world by introducing a new merchandise collection and special whole bean coffee.

The image of Siren is the key feature of the 50th anniversary collection which reflects the company’s history and heritage as well as the future of Starbucks for the next 50 years.

From the very beginning, since 1971, Starbucks has been sourcing beans from Indonesia, captivated by their bold flavours and inspired by their women coffee farmers who make it possible.

In appreciation of this special region, the company presents their 50th Anniversary Blend where they’ve blended Sulawesi, West Java, and aged Sumatra beans for a coffee that’s full-bodied with silky milk chocolate flavours, layers of spice, and a buttery mouthfeel.

The 50th anniversary collection and Anniversary Blend whole bean coffee are available in limited quantities at all stores in Viet Nam except Noi Bai Airport, Ba Na Hills and Ba Na Kiosk.

“Thanks to customers, we’ve become more than a coffee company. As we continue moving forward to elevate our mission to inspire and nurture the human spirit – one person, one cup and one neighbourhood at a time, we will focus playing a positive role throughout society and for a more sustainable future” said Patricia Marquesm. — VNS

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