What exactly is blonde espresso

Coffee is not for everyone and whoever drinks it does not automatically like it super strong. With the Starbucks Blonde Espresso Roast, there is now a mild yet intense alternative for those who enjoy it. Stilpalast reveals how the “new one” tastes and why it is even able to convince tea drinkers.

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A new coffee experience

It's one of those things with the typical bitter note of coffee: passionate coffee drinkers love it for this very reason, while others hate it for it. For all skeptics and those who want less bitterness and more mildness, the Starbucks Blonde Espresso Roast is now a great novelty: Created by Starbucks master roasters with more than 40 years of experience, the Blonde Espresso Roast scores on the one hand with its light roast, on the other hand with its smooth texture and light citrus notes.

Beans from Latin America and East Africa are used for the special blonde mixture. While the Latin American beans ensure a round and at the same time smooth taste, the East African coffee beans add fine and fresh notes of lemon, orange and caramel to the mixture.

With this coffee alternative, the Starbucks Blonde Roast is the perfect alternative for everyone who likes their espresso-based drinks a little milder, but does not want to do without the full-bodied taste. This variety is also particularly recommended for coffee newbies to immerse themselves in the world of coffee enjoyment. Our tip for beginners: Don't start with a classic espresso, but with a delicious mixed coffee drink, such as the Blonde Vanilla Latte. You will love him!

Sustainable enjoyment

Starbucks not only stands for a spirit of innovation, a high level of coffee expertise, enjoyment and lifestyle, but also sustainability. The Starbucks Coffee Company has been offering a discount on reusable cups since 1998. Since 2014, an in-house reusable cup has been available in the world-famous coffee house for CHF 2.50. Of course, you can also bring your own tumblers or reusable cups into the Starbucks branches. Anyone who has their favorite drink filled in the environmentally friendly version even receives a discount of CHF 0.80.

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