If you have any future plans to go to Shanghai, here’s one to put on the to-do list while you're there.
Starbucks has opened a new location, but it’s quite a bit bigger than your average coffee shop.
Imagine 30,000 square feet of coffee roasting and Italian baking. Well, it exists now in Shanghai, China.
It’s the first of its kind, complete with interactive technology like augmented reality - being able to scan a roaster to find out more about brewing methods.
It’s the longest coffee bar in the world, according to a release sent out by the coffee giant, with a two-storey roasting cask and a 3D printed tea bar.