JM | Nov 23, 2022

WATCH | New Starbucks location opens in Half-Way Tree

Shemar-Leslie Louisy

Shemar-Leslie Louisy / Our Today

New Starbucks location at Mall Plaza on Constant Spring Road in St Andrew. (Photo: Contributed)

Starbucks coffee is now more accessible to Jamaicans with its new location opening in Half-Way Tree, St Andrew today (November 23).

Located at 2 Mall Plaza, Constant Spring Road, the company, while still celebrating its fifth anniversary of operating in Jamaica, has officially opened its fifth location in Kingston and St Andrew (KSA) and ninth on the island. The other KSA four locations are at the AC Hotel, Waterloo Road, Liguanea, and New Kingston.

The venue is the largest in the city and the second largest location on the island behind the Drax Hall, drive-in location in St Ann and equipped with the latest model machinery for coffee brewing.

Interior of the new Starbucks location at Mall Plaza on Constant Spring Road. (Photo: Contributed)

Roxanne Rose, regional director for Starbucks, shared with Our Today Starbucks’ vision for the new location.

‘We want our customer experience to be more than buy and sell, we want them to enjoy the true Starbucks experience,” said Rose.

“When you hear Starbucks, you think coffee, but the truth and fact is its about the people. When you walk into the store, we want to cater to how you feel from the moment you enter the door to the time of leaving,” she continued.

Caribbean Coffee Traders Limited, parent company for Starbucks Jamaica, also operates in Barbados, The Cayman Islands, Turks and Caicos, and Panama.


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