probably why they're closing stores...in melbourne starbucks is usually frequented by internationals who dont know better.
I am in Toronto and the coffee tastes good, possible because other coffee outlets have worse coffee.
first of all, i gotta wonder if a Starbucks coffee in Poland will taste anything like Starbucks coffee in America.
that might be true, sounds like the one in Poland is crap.
Starbucks coffee here will have different water, different milk, different sugar most likely.....different coffee. i'm not a coffee drinker so i couldn't tell you the difference myself.....but i'm just sayin'.
you might be onto something. I have never tried Polish Starbucks, so I cannot tell how bad or good it is. besides, I like strong coffee and Starbucks seems to make it.
Starbucks seems to have changed the coffee culture in the US.
it did indeed, as well as in Canada.
If you like good coffee, what on earth are you doing in Starbucks? There is one directly opposite my apartment building: I've been there three times and do not plan on ever going back. The first time I got probably the worst sandwich I have ever had in Poland (and it was only a BLT, nothing fancy!), the second time I got watery latte that tasted of pretty much nothing, the third time I ordered a small black coffee (to see what their basic ingredient was like) and got a cup of bitter nastiness.
I am in Toronto, not in W-wa - I was there over a month ago and I tried a different coffee chain - forgot the name (they have sandwiches is stuff- the same idea as Starbucks though), it was pretty good. Starbucks coffee is strong, but once you have it with steamed milk it is good. I make my own coffee at home, go to Starbucks when I am on a go.
The best coffee I had in South America- Venezuela.