Is this the first time Starbucks has been in trouble for not providing enough hot water?
Benjamin Robles and Siera Strumlauf are taking Starbucks to court.
But, this is not your regular ‘hot coffee’ case. The Golden State pair are claiming that they have been routinely cheated by the world-famous coffee company because they do not receive as-advertised lattes.
Here we have yet another bikini-themed coffee shop that is at the centre of a lawsuit.
We will admit that we thought the trend of scantily clad baristas and their less-than-salubrious managers falling foul of the law had ended. But then again, what do we know?
One popular bikini-and-Vietnamese-themed coffee shop in Stanton, California is at the centre of particularly nasty – and divisive – lawsuit.
If ever a product should have been launched on 4/20, it’s this one.
In a Seattle shop customers can wander in a purchase “premium infused coffee” for $10 a pop. These coffee pods and capsules work with most popular single-serve coffee machines on the market and are infused with a 10mg dosage of THC, the main active ingredient in marijuana.