Thursday, September 4, 2008

Occupation flavor

"In the Middle East and Egypt customers will also be able to enjoy especially bold tasting Ramadan coffee blends: Anniversary Blend and Arabian Mocha Timor. In addition, Starbucks will also be offering traditional Ramadan pastries such as: Fig and Coconut Bar, Pistachio Delight as well as the Date and Apricot loaf."

Reminder: Starbucks is on the boycott Israel list.


Marcy / مارسي said...

thank you for reminding readers that starbucks is on the boycott for numerous reasons, not the least of which is the ceo's support for the zionist state. but please remind readers that stars & bucks in ramallah is okay.

Anonymous said...

I didn't know that Starbucks is boycotting Israel.

That must be the reason they're slowly going bankrupt.

Leila said...

I despise Starbucks and never go there. The coffee is mediocre. How can Arabs drink that fake stuff when coffee is our ancestral beverage? Feh.