What is National Starbucks Day and Activities (September 29)


Starbucks is one of America’s truly iconic brands. At the height of McDonalds, there are few places you can go in the world and not find a Starbucks.

In other words, it is a brand worth celebrating. More than that, it is a brand worthy of a whole day. Therefore, September 29 is National Starbucks Day. From its humble beginnings in the coffee-crazy city of Seattle, Starbucks has become the name behind coffee around the world.


What is National Starbucks Day and Activities (September 29)


1994 – Starbucks opens its first drive-thru location
Since many people need coffee to go, Starbucks decided it was time to open drive-thrus to bring even more convenience to its customers.

1984 – Italy inspires the idea of ​​coffee culture in America.
After a trip to Italy, Starbucks director of retail and marketing operations Howard Schultz was inspired to serve coffee in a similar way to Italians, with a coffee culture that he felt was lacking in America.


1971 – First cup
You can find the original store at Seattle’s Pike Place Market, a great place to visit!

What is National Starbucks Day and Activities (September 29)


Travel to one of the Starbucks “Out There” locations
Try Starbucks on board a train in the Swiss Alps! With all its unusual locations, Starbucks has become a wonder. Don’t forget to post a photo on Instagram to commemorate.

Pay it later
A great way to celebrate National Starbucks Day is by purchasing the drink for the person behind you. You can even start a “pay in advance” chain and make everyone’s National Starbucks Day even better!

Try a new drink
If you tend to have a hot drink, opt for a cold one. Go nuts and add a little spice to that iced coffee. Step out of your comfort zone this National Starbucks Day and you never know – you may end up finding your new favorite beverage.

What is National Starbucks Day and Activities (September 29)



A classic ranks first
Are you surprised that a Vanilla Latte is the most popular choice at Starbucks? Us neither. It’s hard to go wrong with this drink, which offers the opportunity to use different types of milk, frozen or hot, and many more.

Ice ice baby
The second most popular drink at Starbucks is an iced white chocolate mocha. With both white chocolate and vanilla syrup, the sweetness of this drink is quite epic.

Every basic girl’s favorite drink
Fall means falling leaves, colder weather, and of course Pumpkin Spice Lattes for everyone.

Why eat a cinnamon roll when you can drink it?
The fourth most popular drink at Starbucks is the Cinnamon Roll Frappuccino Blended Coffee, but make sure you know you’re dipping into something with 85 grams of sugar.

What is National Starbucks Day and Activities (September 29)


Starbucks Coffee is the lifeblood of America
Many people can’t (and don’t want to) imagine their day without a cup of coffee. It’s what gets us out of bed and pushes us through the toughest days. One could call it a vital part of our lives, and who should argue?

Starbucks Coffee is (almost) everywhere
Some of the craziest Starbucks locations include the famous Paris Louvre museum and Guantanamo Bay. You never know when the need for coffee will arise.

Starbucks menu is always expanding
From a Horchata Almond Milk Frappucino, to their color and flavor-changing Unicorn Frappucino, you’ll never be forced to order something boring.

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