Oh man, I can't believe I'm reviewing a starbucks drink today, but if you're anything like me you may be that teeniest tiniest bit curious as to what Starbucks' speciality drinks taste like. So today I made the most of my meeting in one of the green mermaid's shops and grabbed myself a Turmeric Latte with oat milk. If you've read my other blog post, you'll know that I'm quite the fan of their oat milk. Sure, it's nowhere as good as the likes of Minor Figures or Oatly, but it'
So today is a first for this blog; I’m reviewing a book! I have a large number of books focusing on the coffee industry, and I’m slowly plundering my way through them ,so hopefully will do more of them in the future. Coffee books are a great way to learn a lot more about the coffee industry, whether that’s through business, how-to guides, or the history of it. But today I’m talking about the business aspect of it, or if you want me to be more specific, the Starbucks’ business
If you've been keeping up with larger coffee shop news in the chain world, you'll have most likely found out that Starbucks has now released oat milk to their menu instore. Now for any of you who know me, you will know that although I'm no vegan, or lactose intolerant person, I will opt for oat milk whenever I can. However, I'll only do this when I know they're supplying 'oatly' oat milk. But obviously I'm not just going to complain about this willy nilly. Starbucks has state
Okay, enough of the poetic heading Izzy. I’m not actually that talented to write an ‘ode’ to this subject, this is just something I briefly wanted to touch upon again. I say again since I wrote a post similar to this a few years back now (cue feeling old). It detailed a civil war in the coffee industry regarding independent and chain shops, and how it seems to be commonplace that if you enjoy one you most likely will not visit the other for some strange reason. I basically o