Does Starbucks grind their drip-machine coffee fresh every day, or do they use pre-ground beans?

Does Starbucks grind their drip-machine coffee fresh every day, or do they use pre-ground beans?

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  1. When I worked there a few years ago the iced coffee came ore-ground in packets. The drip coffee was ground fresh every batch except for pourovers. It’s more difficult to know how much beans you need to grind (they are also finer, because the upriver drips faster) for one cup of coffee, so we would grind a couple scoops. The groujnd coffee was then considered good for only 24 hours.

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  2. Each carafe of brewed coffee uses freshly ground beans. Not even the “pour over” individually crafted cups of coffee use pre-ground beans.

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  3. One of the first things you’ll see if you look at the coffee bar at Starbucks are big, highly-visible coffee grinders. Both at the espresso station, and the drip coffee stations. The ones next to (or in some cases, built into the espresso machines) have large, semi-transparent chambers, that hold a pound or more of beans, and the coffee beans in those large canisters are quite visible. The coffee beans in the grinders are literally showcased, on display. The sound of steaming milk, and coffee beans being ground, are part of the atmosphere.
    I think only a vision or hearing impaired person, or an unusually inattentive person, would miss this, when visiting Starbucks.

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