In the summer months iced coffee is a big hit with Starbucks and Dunkin Donuts customers. Perhaps a coffee/latee flavored syrup could be created by Starbucks and marketed by Sodastream.Sodastream has partnered with Kraft to carbonate lemonade. If customers found carbonated coffee appealing, this could be a game changer for SodaStream. If such a Starbucks partnership occureed, soda machines could be marketed in all the Starbuck outlets world-wide in conjunction with the sale of coffee carbonated sodas.
To see if this experiment with a coffee based soda has legs, coffee could be brewed and after it cooled you could then carbonate it with the sodastream machine and add cream or not and then taste to determine whether or not it has appeal or not. If it does then there is the possiblty that a test could be conducted to determine if a coffee based syrup could be created. Starbucks has thousands of coffee locations worldwide that would promote the concept with SodaStream as a partner if such an experiment would create customer appeal. It is all in the tasting.
You guys are getting dumber by the minute!!!! Guess my sell at 51.50 and buy back today at 57 on the DOT was darn near PERFECT!!!!!! Its called refreshers you ID!OTS. if they did a deal it would be for that. CO2 ON COCOA BEANS?????? LET ME KNOW HOW THAT TURNS OUT YOU SHMUKS!!!
Yes, it is a reach becuase it has never been triedl. Would carbonation give an added caffeine kick? This concept is novel admittedly, but it should be tested and if successful the iimplications are hugh for SodaStream if Starbucks would be a willing partner. Sodastream machines could marketed at Starbuckets which have thousands of locations worldwide. Since Sodastram has international reach, perhaps certain countries make like the idea, especially when the weather gets hot and humid.