(CNN) — With more than 600 Starbucks stores already in Shanghai, there’s hardly a shortage of options to get your grande latte fix in China’s biggest city. But the new Starbucks Reserve Roastery promises a coffee experience with few equals.
So what’s it like?
Occupying a jaw-dropping 30,000 square feet, the game-changing destination in the Shanghai’s swanky Taikoo Hui development is the largest Starbucks in the world, and more than twice as big as the only other Reserve Roastery in the coffee shop company’s hometown of Seattle.
Dubbed the “first fully immersive coffee wonderland in China,” it’s something of a caffeine-fueled Disneyland.
In fact, the multimillion dollar building actually looks like a giant coffee bean when viewed from the sky.