134.2 - The Story of Starbucks Coffee
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You know Starbucks, right? The coffee company? Born in Seattle, Washington and brewed around the world? I bet you do; they have over 33 thousand stores in over 80 countries.  In today's episode, we're going to talk about those guys, the beans and more! Why is it called Starbucks? Who's that woman on their cups? There are a lot of Starbucks haters and a lot of lovers out there, but all of you will find this episode fascinating because 1. it’s an absurdly successful business, how did they do it?! 2. it’s about coffee (who doesn’t love coffee!?) and 3. you’ll learn a bucketload of new vocabulary as we go.  Thanks again to my amazing supporters who have contributed to this podcast either by purchasing Premium Contentor buying me coffee! Thank you to Paulo and the few other anonymous contributors from this month :) SO exciting! ***** Premium Content: This episode is part of Season 3. By purchasing Season 3 transcripts, you'll be able to access the full episodes, the full PDF transcripts for episodes 101 - 150, an Mp3 download  and the premium podcast player to work on your pronunciation.   Get ALL PREMIUM CONTENT FOR SEASONS 1 - 3  (with 5 in-depth courses to improve your English,  includes all transcripts + mp3s)Get the Free E-Book: 101 American English Slang Words ***** Support the show
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