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Costa Coffee Review

Costa coffee welcomes you to ice age… know the outlet more from this quick Costa Coffee Review.

Costa coffee is one of those places that not just serves great coffee but also establishes a great atmosphere for the customers. As soon as you step into a Costa Coffee outlet, you will realize that it is extremely different from various other popular coffee houses. After the atmosphere and the coffee, the next striking things are the coffee machines.

Costa coffee is a unique combination that makes it stand out from the others cafes.


An Overview Of Costa Coffee

Costa Coffee is the United Kingdom’s largest coffeehouse chain and second largest coffeehouse chain all over the world. The first was established by Sergio and Bruno Costa in the year 1971 at 9 Newport Street, London.  However, it has been a subsidiary of Whitbread since the year 1995. During that time, Costa emerged as a big name with more than 1700 outlets all across UK and abroad.

Costa Coffee is currently managed and directed by John Derkach. On the other hand, Adrian Johnson is currently the Chief Operating Officer.


Some Fun Facts About Costa Coffee

Costa Express is basically a totally new concept that has been created by a coffee chain of self-service coffee bars.

Soon the 900 coffee nation machines are supposed to be converted into Costa Express.

Costa will soon expand the famous Costa Express to almost 3000 locations across the world.

Coffee Nation are currently mostly located within Tesco stores and motorway services.

The company is planning plan to establish outlets in places like universities, hospitals, and transport interchanges.

All these new coffee bars are supposed to use the same coffee beans that are being used in Costa outlets. Prices will start from £1.95.


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