Starbucks Jumps Into Italian Market with Olive Oil-Infused Coffee

Starbucks is making a move to capture the Italian market with their newest coffee creation – olive oil coffee. The coffee giant has announced the launch of their new beverage, which is made with a spoonful of olive oil in every cup.

CEO Kevin Johnson described the new product as a “market maker,” that will help Starbucks to break into the Italian market. The olive oil is sourced from local olive groves and is added to the coffee to give it a unique flavor.

The coffee is available in both hot and cold varieties and is made with a blend of Arabica beans and a hint of olive oil. According to Starbucks, the olive oil is added to enhance the flavor and aroma of the coffee.

The coffee has already been met with a positive response from customers in Italy, who have praised its unique flavor and aroma. Starbucks is also planning to roll out the olive oil coffee in other countries, including the United States.

The launch of the olive oil coffee is part of Starbucks’ broader strategy to expand its presence in the Italian market. The company has already opened several new stores in the country and is looking to capitalize on the growing demand for Italian coffee.

Starbucks’ olive oil coffee is sure to be a hit with coffee lovers around the world. With its unique flavor and aroma, it’s sure to become a favorite in the Italian market.