Seattle is one of the hottest coffee regions in the world, and this week Starbucks will launch its new Kool-Aid.
But its coffee isn’t just about the coffee.
The company’s coffee shop is also launching its own coffee.
The coffee chain is going to be located at the same spot as the popular Kohlberg KoolAid, and the cafe will have its own kiosk for customers to buy coffee.
Starbucks is also going to make some changes to the way it sells coffee, such as moving its kiosks from Starbucks stores to Kohlblitz locations, according to a press release.
In an attempt to attract more people to the coffee chain, the company will offer a “Kool-aid for coffee” program.
Kohlberg Kollaborates a $100 gift card for a one-off drink and will offer the gift card on the Koolaid kiosks on its stores.
“We are excited to bring the Kohl-Aid to our customers in Seattle and beyond,” said Doug Beyer, Kohls global chief product officer, in a press statement.
We have been serving coffee and kool-aide for over 40 years and have always been proud to serve our customers the best quality, best coffee. “
We have a long history of being the go-to coffee shop in Seattle.
We have been serving coffee and kool-aide for over 40 years and have always been proud to serve our customers the best quality, best coffee.
We’re excited to have the opportunity to bring this Kohl service to Starbucks stores, and we’re confident that the partnership will bring great things to our fans and to the Seattle community.”