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Starbucks Thailand opens largest store yet

The store is the chain’s 12th Reserve Bar and 417th store in the country.

Starbucks announced it has opened its 12th Reserve Bar in Thailand, also its largest store in the country so far.

Located at ICONSIAM in Bangkok, the Chao Phraya Riverfront store is also the coffee giant’s 417th store in Thailand. It is also home to Thailand’s first Teavana Bar and will be the first to serve the Muan Jai Blend, sourced in partnership with Northern Thai coffee farming communities.

“For 22 years, Starbucks has been elevating coffee craftsmanship and bringing unique experiences to our customers in Thailand. Today marks a significant milestone as we introduce an exciting new store that recognizes our coffee heritage while celebrating Thailand’s rich and diverse culture,” Starbucks Asia Pacific president Sara Trilling said in an announcement.

The store also features an extensive food menu, including artisanal pastries freshly baked in-store and Starbucks signature desserts served with ice cream.

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