Blog: Starbucks' new craft - beer-flavoured coffee
Andy Morton | 26 September 2014
Despite accounting for just a small percentage of overall sales, craft beer is making an impression in the US.
Starbucks this week confirmed the launch in Ohio and Florida of the craft beer-inspired Dark Barrel Latte, a coffee that reportedly has “toasty stout flavours". Apparently, it tastes a little bit like Guinness, which makes for an interesting twist on Irish coffee.
Unlike its grown-up cousin, however, this Irish is alcohol-free, so can be safely included on the morning coffee run.
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