Handpicked at the Roastery

Storefront with neon sign that reads "Handpicked at the Roastery" with merchandise in the background
Designed to be a singularly immersive, holistic coffee experience, the Roastery is extraordinary on every level—the eclectic pieces of merchandise found there are no exception.
"It was our goal when we opened the Roastery to do something different," said Jennifer Quotson, vice president of the Starbucks Creative Studio. "We've embraced that philosophy with an unexpected collection of pieces, selected with the same care as our coffee."
Collage of items made of t-shirts and scarves on hangers on display and pins, stickers, and patches on display on top of denim
Handpicked reflects the carefully curated nature of this collection—every piece illuminates a facet of Starbucks Reserve™. There's premium coffee-brewing equipment sourced from Japan, minimalist ceramic drinkware from Sweden, and goods crafted by local Seattle shop Hardmill—the same makers of the Roastery's leather finishes. We love how coffee connects us to culture, and the collections we curate highlight that passion.
Tabletops arranged with glittering Tom Dixon barware can be found near displays piled high with downy sweatshirts and knitted beanies. Other brand partnerships-turned-Roastery-staples have included collections by Field Notes, Ecoalf, and BAGGU.
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