I couldn’t imagine in a country with such good food and wine they would want a Starbucks.
One doesn’t usually buy a ticket to France with plans to visit Disney World or Starbucks. But for French tourists wanting a taste of America and American tourists wanting a taste of home, the Seattle-based coffee chain has just opened France’s latest branch at Disney Village Paris. For France’s 50th Starbucks, the company has pulled out all the stops to make this one really special.
This new store is Starbucks’ first truly eco-responsible outlet. In a dÃ©cor marrying the authenticity of noble and natural materials, caffeine addicts can sip responsibly, knowing that their White Mocha Frappucino likely came from a fair trade farm. But they’ll also enjoy the aesthetics of the Disney branch, as metal, wood, glass, and stone come together to create a haven of zenitude.