There’s a unique Starbucks location in Seattle, WA — home state of the giant coffee chain — that is offering a unique way to enjoy coffee.
Starbucks Reserve Roastery & Tasting Room, located on Pike Street, is incorporating the centuries-old craft of barrel aging into some new beverages. The chain’s first whiskey barrel-aged coffee is made with small-lot Sulawesi coffee beans through the utilization of oak barrels. It boasts intense whisky aromas that also feature caramel and mellow oak notes.
For those looking to try new variations of coffee, this sounds like a great change of pace.
The Roastery location also serves a Barrel-Aged Con Crema and a Barrel-Aged Cold Brew.
You can find the Reserve Roastery about nine blocks from the original Starbucks location in Pike Place.