Ski-Thru Starbucks Allows Customers To Grab Coffee At 2400 Meters
After hitting the slopes, a coffee pick-me-up is often in order. That's why Starbucks has opened its first ski-thru outlet, in Squaw Valley on Lake Tahoe, at 2400 meters above sea level. Customers can grab a coffee without having to remove their skis or snowboards.
"Nowhere else in the world can skiers and riders enjoy a delicious Starbucks coffee without missing a beat on the slopes," said Squaw Valley's president and CEO.
The idea of a ski-thru Starbucks was reportedly the brainchild of BASE jumper JT Holmes, who skiied in Squaw Valley with a cup of coffee in his hand.
Don't worry if you aren't much of a skiier though. The location can also be accessed without ski or snowboard equipment.
Watch a video of the new Starbucks below: