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Starbucks opens largest Reserve store in Malaysia

The site has a 50-foot wide wall, which features more than 200 frontline medical workers and baristas.

Starbucks Malaysia announced the opening of its largest Reserve store in the country yet, located in Tropicana Gardens.

The nearly 6,000 square-foot store features two bars: a main bar offering all core and seasonal handcrafted Starbucks beverages, as well as a coffee bar that offers six different brewing methods.

The coffee giant compares the layout of the store itself to a coffee bean, with a large curvature and floor-to-ceiling windows that connect to a small garden and rapid transit station. The store also has a 50-foot wide ‘Wall of Gratitude’, which features photos of more than 200 frontliners medical workers and Starbucks baristas.

Sydney Quays, Group CEO of Berjaya Food Berhad and managing director of Starbucks Malaysia & Brunei, said: “We are delighted to be able to open this store and celebrate the commitment, resiliency and creativity of our partners and customers in these unique times.”

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