By now, most of us have seen the Starbucks logo, so you probably already know the basics: a red, white and blue Starbucks cup and a star in the middle.
That’s the logo of Starbucks coffee, the coffee brand that Starbucks started in Seattle in 1977.
It was a symbol for what Starbucks called its “artisanal” coffee, and it still stands as a strong symbol of the Seattle coffee industry.
Now, Starbucks is making an entirely different kind of coffee—Starbucks Pique.
Pique is a very rare, artisanal, specialty coffee from South America that Starbucks says is made with local, locally sourced ingredients.
The coffee is made in Brazil, which means it’s actually very different from other beans that Starbucks sells in the U.S. It’s a very different, very unique flavor that’s really special.
It’s been made in Peru and Colombia, so that’s a major difference.
You can buy it in a store, but it’s made at Starbucks in the United States.
And Starbucks said in a press release that the company is trying to make Pique as locally as possible and to do that it’s using local suppliers.
And it has also been sourcing a significant amount of Pique from Brazil.
We’re really excited to be bringing Pique to the U, and we’re excited to have such a great coffee-growing region in Peru.
And as we’ve seen with the success of the first Starbucks coffee in South America, the country has a rich and vibrant culture.
Starbucks has been doing very well in Peru, so it’s a great opportunity for the brand to grow there as well.
The Pique is one of the highest-end beans in Starbucks, with a price tag of $7.50 a pound.
It is the same price as the regular Starbucks beans, which is also a very, very good value.
It has a very high-quality roast and a very distinctive aroma.
There’s a sweet and floral, nutty flavor.
It also has a mild bitter aftertaste that you can enjoy.
We like it.
It was the perfect blend of flavors to match the freshness of the coffee.
It had a rich, nuttiness that we wanted, and that’s something we really enjoyed.
We love the texture of it.
And that’s not something we can do on a regular cup.
We wanted something that was really unique and very flavorful.
Piquas roast is from Peru and is also sourced locally.
That means it has a slightly different roast and quality of roasted coffee.
We use this roasted coffee to roast the coffee and we use a very special coffee grinder that’s used for coffee grindings and grinding coffee, so we have a very precise grind that we use in our coffee making.
We make the coffee in the coffee grilling shop in Peru with a machine that is specially calibrated and has a special grinder in it.
That grind has to be very precise, so in order to get the coffee to the perfect texture and taste, it has to have the right characteristics and a certain amount of heat.
So it has this special coffee grinding machine.
It grinds for a very long time and it takes a long time to brew the coffee, because it’s an extremely precise machine.
We grind for 15 minutes at a time, and the coffee comes out really sweet and delicious.
And so, it’s very, really special and it is very, super flavorful.
We also use a machine to process the milk in our espresso, which makes our coffee drink really different.
And this coffee is not only rich and flavorful, but very good quality.
We have some special, rare and special ingredients, and our team of coffee roasters, baristas, brewmasters and other people, they go out there every day and roast the beans, and they are constantly checking and measuring everything and testing the coffee every day.
So, we have all these very specialized coffee roasting machines that are very expensive, but we don’t sell them for $7 or $8.
They are very, expensive and they don’t exist.
And the thing about these specialty coffee roasts is that the cost is only going up.
We have to pay a lot more to get to the point where we can afford to use it, but the cost of the specialty coffee is going down.
We want to make the best coffee that we can, and I’m really excited about Pique and the way we’re going to make it.
We’re going all out in South, and this is going to be our first Starbucks in Peru so we want to really make sure we put the best beans that we have in Pique, and so it will be really, really unique.
We love it, and when we get to Peru we’re really looking forward to seeing what we can produce there.
And when we have that first batch, we’re ready to start mass production.
It will be one of our