Starbucks is FINALLY making its way to Lucknow

The mecca for coffee lovers all across the globe, Starbucks has become a flag-bearer of 'coffee grammar' over the years.

Lucknowites will soon be seen placing their coffee orders like, "Please get me a Grande, Iced, Sugar-Free Vanilla Latte With Soy Milk and a Venti Iced Skinny Hazelnut Macchiato with a shot of Sugar-Free syrup for my friend here." "Yeah, there's a single A in my name, thanks."

If you're a self-proclaimed coffee connoisseur just like us, then you already know what we're talking about! Starbucks has FINALLY set foot in the City of the Nawabs and we can't wait to step in to explore the alluring frappuccinos, teas and lattes that they offer.

What's Brewing?

The mecca for coffee lovers all across the globe, Starbucks has become a flag-bearer of 'coffee grammar' over the years. Now after a long and eager wait, Starbucks has chosen to take a comfortable seat at the Phoenix Palassio mall in Lucknow. This is gonna be one of the biggest malls in India and it is all set to redefine luxury for us, once the lockdown is over! No matter where you are, coffee is that one beverage which unites us all. It is more than just a drink- coffee is an emotion! Although Lucknow has an array of brilliant coffee joints, Starbucks will be like the cherry on the cake for the city.

Knock Knock

Honestly, this piece of good news has just tickled our coffee lovin' senses and now we're legit hoping for the lockdown to conclude sooooon! Just the sheer thought of the heady aroma stemming from the roasted beans and the comfy couches to laze on, is making us eager to hop and skip to the Palassio. But in order to make your coffee-soaked daydreams a reality, you've gotta stay indoors to flatten the curve of this raging crisis! The more you stay in, the sooner you'll be able to step out and a new Starbucks outlet in your city should be a motivation enough for you to practice social distancing at the moment.

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