I’m sure by now you’ve heard of Starbucks. Who hasn’t? The coffee giant seems to have a store on nearly every street corner. I recall someone joking that they grabbed a cup of coffee at Starbucks one morning, walked out of the store only to stare across the street at another Starbucks. They are everywhere.
I can say that I’m addicted. I can’t help it at this point. I think they put something in the coffee to keep me coming back again and again. I’ve always been a coffee lover, perhaps even a coffee snob. As I’m growing older and (I like to think) have a more refined idea of good food and drink, I seem to be wanting more out of my coffee.
Lucky for me my soon-to-be Mother-in-law knows my love of Starbucks. For my birthday this year she got me a subscription to Starbucks Reserve.
I could hardly wait to try it.
Now, I want you to know that I’ve gotten to the point where I don’t even like using a coffee maker any more. I dislike how the coffee tastes most of the time when using it, so I’ve turned to other brewing methods.
[pull_quote_right]We are proud to contribute directly to the small network of clinics[/pull_quote_right]I had a french press for years, one I got from Starbucks in fact. But a few weeks back, my fiance accidentally hit it on the cabinet and the glass cracked. So into the garbage it went.
I decided this time to snag a stainless steel thermal french press, in hopes that my coffee would stay warmer longer. It definitely works. But alas, I’m not reviewing the french press. Although this one I bought on Amazon from SterlingPro is pretty much the best thing ever, just sayin’.
Now on to the Starbucks Reserve review.