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Starbucks Coffee

To say Starbucks purchases and roasts high-quality whole bean coffees is very true. That’s the essence of what they do – but it hardly tells the whole story.
Their coffeehouses have become a beacon for coffee lovers everywhere. Why do they insist on Starbucks? Because they know they can count on genuine service, an inviting atmosphere and a superb cup of expertly roasted and richly brewed coffee every time.
They’re not just passionate purveyors of coffee, but everything else that goes with a full and rewarding coffeehouse experience. They also offer a selection of premium Tazo® teas, fine pastries and other delectable treats to please the taste buds. And the music you hear in store is chosen for its artistry and appeal.
It’s not unusual to see people coming to Starbucks to chat, meet up or even work. They’re a neighbourhood gathering place, a part of the daily routine – and they couldn’t be happier about it. Get to know them and you’ll see: they are so much more than what they brew.

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Telephone 01284 724914

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Address 20 Buttermarket, Bury St Edmunds
IP33 1DT

Opening Hours Mon-Sat 07.30-18.00
Sun 08.30-17.00

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