Starbucks’ Newest Reserve Store at S'Maison Offers a Coffee Bar Experience

Choose from different brewing methods for your caffeine cup.

IMAGE courtesy of Starbucks Philippines

The newest Starbucks Reserve store at S Maison at the Conrad Hotel Manila in Pasay takes the coffee experience a notch higher. The store has a coffee experience bar where caffeine hounds can watch their baristas prepare their coffee, using the brewing method of their choice.

 


 

Choose from Siphon, Pour-over, Chemex, and Clover brewing methods. Each method highlights different characteristics of coffee: the Siphon method uses halogen lights or butane flames to produce heat for boiling water and brings out well-defined flavors of the beans; the Pour Over method uses a ceramic cone which holds the heat well during brewing and gives you a consistent and flavorful cup. The Chemex method uses a glass decanter which amplifies the body of the coffee and brings out the coffee’s complex flavors. The Clover brewing system uses a machine which has Vacuum-press technology that controls brew time and temperature.

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Mix and match different brewing methods with Starbucks Reserve Coffee beans to see which one produces your fave cup. Did we say that the store is Instagram and Snapchat-friendly, too?

 

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