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Earn Stars at participating Starbucks stores and at Starbucks Store online with purchases of At-Home coffee and tea products such as packaged coffee, Starbucks VIA® Ready Brew, Starbucks® K-Cup® Packs and Verismo® Pods, and Teavana tea tins. Also earn Stars with purchases of Tazo teas on Starbucks Store online.


Starbucks Store online customers can receive a maximum of 10 Stars per order. A unique Star Code will be included in your shipment confirmation email. Your Star code value will be equal to the number of qualifying products in this order. Star Codes expire six months after your order is shipped.


Enter the code at starbucks.com/entercode, sign in or sign up, and you're on your way to My Starbucks Rewards™ benefits like free food or free drinks at participating Starbucks® stores. Some restrictions apply. Visit starbucks.com/card/rewards for program details.


Also, My Starbucks Rewards™ members get a Star for each purchase made with a registered Starbucks® Card.

The magic of the roast

After somewhere between 11 and 15 minutes of roasting – it’s different for every coffee – the beans develop their full flavor potential. As the beans are released into the cooling tray, the smell of freshly roasted coffee fills the air along with a noise that sounds like applause – the “popping” of properly roasted beans.

The magic of the roast
Are all coffee beans suitable for roasting?

There are two main species of coffee: arabica and robusta. Starbucks purchases high-quality, dense arabica beans that can be roasted dark to release their bold and tasty flavors.

Are all coffee beans suitable for roasting?
Coffee journey

A cup of Starbucks® coffee is the end of a long journey – from the land, to the farmer, to the roaster, and then to you. Watch the video and see the people who take such great care in the harvest and processing of our whole bean coffees.

Your coffee comes from a magical place: the earth.
Growning region characteristics

Latin American coffees tend to be clean, familiar and friendly, with flavors reminiscent of nuts or cocoa.


Coffees from Africa/Arabia are extraordinary and enticing, with floral aromas and flavors of berries and citrus.


Coffees from Asia/Pacific tend to be bold and assertive, full-bodied with earthy and herbal flavors.


We invite you to try them all, and explore the distinctive flavors in each cup.

Growning region characteristics