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Book details
  • Genre:SELF-HELP
  • SubGenre:Personal Growth / Success
  • Language:English
  • Pages:250
  • eBook ISBN:9780985240820

Inside the Cup

Translating Starbucks into a Drinkable Language

by Kenneth Brown

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Overview
Have you ever awkwardly tried to place an order at Starbucks. Maybe you weren't sure about what the drinks were or how to pronounce them. Or maybe you're a Starbucks pro and you would just like some drink recommendations. Whatever the case, Kenneth Brown draws upon his years as a Starbucks store manager to answer the questions that he heard from customers on a daily basis... What drinks do you recommend? How much caffeine is in my drink? Is that a lot? What's the best way to store my coffee? Can you get me a job at Starbucks? Inside the Cup answers almost any question you might have about ordering at Starbucks. It contains over one hundred pages of drink recommendations, popular kids' drinks, in depth information about coffee, tea, and caffeine content, a glossary of terms and much more. There's certainly something for everyone. You might even learn what that caramel macchiaty thing is.
Description
Have you ever awkwardly tried to place an order at Starbucks. Maybe you weren't sure about what the drinks were or how to pronounce them. Or maybe you're a Starbucks pro and you would just like some drink recommendations. Whatever the case, Kenneth Brown draws upon his years as a Starbucks store manager to answer the questions that he heard from customers on a daily basis... What drinks do you recommend? How much caffeine is in my drink? Is that a lot? What's the best way to store my coffee? Can you get me a job at Starbucks? Inside the Cup answers almost any question you might have about ordering at Starbucks. It contains over one hundred pages of drink recommendations, popular kids' drinks, in depth information about coffee, tea, and caffeine content, a glossary of terms and much more. There's certainly something for everyone. You might even learn what that caramel macchiaty thing is. Includes the following: Over tabbed pages of drink by drink descriptions, modifications, and recommendations Hundreds of drink recommendations Kids' drinks Instructions for placing an order Detailed list of customer types. What type of customer are you? Caffeine content Brewing, purchasing, and pairing advice for coffee and tea BONUS CHAPTER: How to Get Hired at Starbucks ...and much more!
About the author
Kenneth Brown was born and raised in the Lake George Region of upstate New York. He was educated at Babson College and Northeastern University. He managed multiple stores and hundreds of employees for Starbucks Coffee Company for over four years. His stores regularly achieved high levels of success throughout his tenure. Kenneth and his wife Ashley make their home in Boston, Massachusetts.
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