CHICAGO, U.S. – In 1987, the first Starbucks outside of Seattle was opened in Chicago, IL. Chicago has long been the second city for Starbucks, a city where the coffee chain has tested various programs from a Starbucks “Express” store in Union Station to the new Mercato food program.
Now, Starbucks is further strengthening its ties to the Windy City; the world’s largest Starbucks Reserve Roastery is opening in Chicago.
First opened in Seattle in 2014, Starbucks Reserve Roasteries are massive buildings that provide customers with a premier coffee experience.
Visitors can watch coffee being roasted on-site and enjoy the premium Starbucks Reserve beans prepared a variety of ways such as pour-over, French press, and siphon.
The Roasteries also serve new and innovative coffee beverages; recently, the Seattle Roastery debuted two non-alcoholic coffee cocktails inspired by the Moscow Mule and Whiskey Sour.
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