Arabica has a Vancouver latte, but Vancouver doesn't.
The official account of coffee brand% Arabica recently tweeted that it will launch a new winter limited coffee, the Vancouver latte (Vancouver Latte), in stores across the country on December 14. The brand has also launched theme stores in six cities across the country, and you can get limited refrigerator stickers to complete the specified tasks.
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Similar to the composition of his family's popular products, Spanish Spanish Latte and Kyoto Kyoto Latte, this new product, named after the North American city of Vancouver, is actually based on the latte coffee, plus maple syrup specially made by Arabica, which is said to be boiled with natural maple juice to make the coffee sweet with maple. As for the price, it naturally follows the usual style of Arabica, and the price per cup is set at 46RMB.
In the official tweet, Arabica described the romantic scene of "falling leaves without sweeping" in the streets, with milk coffee with maple syrup gently wrapped around each maple leaf like the twilight in the morning in Vancouver. In this case, everyone should know why Arabica created the background of "falling leaves all over the ground without sweeping" so frequently some time ago.
I thought that the news of the launch of the new product would make a large number of fans excited and enthusiastically taste fresh. Unexpectedly, there were not many people drying coffee. On the contrary, it attracted a group of Chinese netizens from IP in Canada, and all gathered in the comment area to make fun of Arabica and the name of the new product.
As Arabica's Vancouver latte was named after the Canadian port city directly, big data naturally "gave priority" to push this note to the local Chinese, but he did not know that Arabica did not open any stores in Vancouver. At present, there are only two in Toronto in Canada. In other words, you can't buy a Vancouver latte in Vancouver. If you want to go to other cities with Arabica stores, this is like the three major "misunderstandings" in China's food industry: there is no Hainanese Chicken Rice in Hainan, there is no Chongqing chicken pot in Chongqing, and there is no Lanzhou ramen noodles in Lanzhou.
Before clicking on the notes, people were happy to think that the percent sign of the online celebrity brand was going to open a store in Vancouver. After reading the notes, they found that doing it for a long time was just "the same thing", so they immediately changed to swearing mode.
"properly humiliate Da Wen", "We can't drink our own lattes in Vancouver", "when can Vancouver people drink Vancouver lattes?" Did you consider the feeling of Vancouver when you named this coffee? There is no Arabica in Vancouver, but the whole world can drink Arabica Vancouver latte. I believe you can also feel the speechless netizens from Vancouver across the screen.
Looking back at% Arabica's past two popular items, the Spanish latte and the Kyoto latte, they are also named directly after the country and the city, and the corresponding drinking scene is described during the promotion, but the composition and flavor of the coffee do not have much to do with the region, it is not difficult to see that this "Vancouver latte" is the same.
As mentioned earlier, the Arabica official described the Vancouver latte as "the sweetness of the Maple Leaf Nation" in its promotional copy, so some people think that since it is the maple leaf element, wouldn't it be more appropriate to rename this coffee "Canadian latte"? As to whether the coffee has a "Vancouver flavor", it is a matter of opinion. Many netizens who have personally tested the new product said that the sweetened version of the hot latte does not have a hint of "Vancouver". Anyway, it is "the taste that has nothing to do with Vancouver."
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