Starbucks revamps cafe in Roppongi to create tea-centered haven

Starbucks has had a busy yr thus far, from temporarily closing down stores within the wake of COVID-19’s spread to more recently opening up Japan’s first sign language-only store in Tokyo. Because the island country begins to enter the recent, humid months of summer, Starbucks has prepared a treat for individuals who love tea with a Teavana-inspired tea bar in Roppongi.

Positioned within the cylindrical Metro Hat constructing of Roppongi Hills, this recent Starbucks encompasses a chic picket finish and ample lighting to create an airy and refreshing look. With any recent store Starbucks reveals though, the one thing we’re most enthusiastic about is the brand new drink lineup. Starbucks’s tea-focused bar has a line up of 4 recent drinks, including teas and tea-infused novelties.

The primary tea special to this shop is the Yuzu Citrus Lavender Sage Tea. Though the product is described to have a taste just like pineapple and orange with a touch of lavender, this drink features an addition of citrus fruit chunks and grapefuit jelly.

▼ Priced at 590 yen, the Yuzu Citrus Lavender Sage Tea is aimed towards fruit lovers.

Starbucks’s second recent drink is dubbed the Strawberry Passion Tea and is offered for 540 yen. Freeze-dried strawberries in addition to strawberry chunks are paired with the sweet fusion of hibiscus and cinnamon—all great elements to match the potent bitterness of your typical passionfruit tea.

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For many who prefer Frappuccinos, you’re in luck as the brand new Starbucks branch also features a Frappuccino version of the Strawberry Passion Tea. In comparison with the usual tea version, the Frappuccino comes with whipped cream blended with the fruity mix, perfect for those with a sweet tooth or who need a dessert to top off their meal.

▼ Only available cold, the Strawberry Passion Tea Frappuccino comes at a price of 680 yen.

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Last but not least, the ultimate drink of the brand new lineup is a Matcha Tea Latte at 590 yen. Matcha is at all times a preferred addition to Starbucks drink lineup, but what makes this particular latte stand out is its inclusion of special Japanese refined sugar from southern Japan, often known as wasabon. In the event you love the bitter intricacies that include anything matcha-flavored, you’ll little question appreciate the latte’s subtle inclusion of wasabon and milk.

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For reasons related to COVID-19, this Starbucks store is not going to find a way to refill personal mugs or tumblers to make sure guest safety, nonetheless, you’ll still find a way to sip and spill that tea while practicing social distancing and cough etiquette.

Cafe information

Starbucks (Roppongi Hills Metro Hat Hollywood Plaza branch)

Open 7 a.m.-11 p.m.

Website

Source, images:  Starbucks

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