Monday, 19 February 2018

My first Coffee at Starbucks

You know there are a few things we feel are overrated even before we have tried them. One of such things is Starbucks. I have always considered this place to be a way of wasting money. That's mainly because I'm not someone who like to spend money on tea or coffee, especially when it is that expensive.

I was always the person criticising my cousin and friends who love Starbucks. And their response use to be "Try Starbucks once and you will never like coffee anywhere else." I never listened to them until when Starbucks announced its "get any Coffee at 100" offer. That's when my friend Pearl Zain literally dragged me to this place.


It was a busy Saturday and yet I visited Starbucks at Phoenix Market City, Kurla around 11 AM. And Oh God, that was super-crowded. We somehow managed to get a table and after an hour of long wait I finally got my Double Chocolate Chip Frappuccino. My friend was staring my face to see my expression and I totally disappointed her. I found it just okay, not something to be crazy about. And definitely not something I would like to pay 300 bucks for. I drank my  Frappuccino quickly and we left.


As I mentioned earlier, I had a very busy day and as usual I was relaxing at home late evening, having a cup of ginger tea. That's when my brother entered with 2 glasses of Java Chip Frappuccino. I took a glass just with the intention of tasting and within my first few sips, I was in love with the taste.

Since then I had a few Starbucks drinks and I feel yes, the quality is good and the taste is unbeatable. But again, I'm still not convinced that the price is fair. Since I'm a thrifty person, I don't see myself visiting Starbucks often. But yes, once in a while, I would like to have a few coffees.


So this is how I tried Starbucks for the first. Are you a Starbucks Coffee lover or even you think it is expensive and overrated? Do share your thoughts with me in the comments below.

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