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Starbucks launches its first premium Reserve store in Cambodia

Starbucks has launched its first Reserve store in Cambodia's capital of Phnom Penh. The Reserve branding for Starbucks represents its higher-end specialty outlets, meant to compete with third-wave coffeeshops with small lot beans and baristas trained in hand-poured preparation methods. SEE ALSO: Hardworking police dog enjoys a refreshing Starbucks puppuccino The store is Starbucks' third in the capital, following two other (regular) outlets it opened in the last 10 months in Phnom Penh.
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