"Every growth stock eventually gets stale". They did a good assessment on it by focusing on SBUX. Look at SBUX market cap and COH's, pretty close, but SBUX has some 13,000 + locations selling consumables. Check it out on their web site www.ft.com
I'd short SBUX if I were you. It has a trailing P/E higher than COH at 40 and a higher forward projected P/E at 28. Founder Howard schultz just sold over 3.5M shares in February; a great indication that it's falling apart.
COH doesn't sell coffee. COH hasn't saturated the market with its stores. My local grocery just got a SBUX inside the store. Guess what, SBUX has a store front 50 feet away that wasn't extremely busy in the first place. It's common now that they are building stores on top of their own stores. Not a good indication to me for future revenue and earnings growth. I'd go over and pester the SBUX board if I were you.