How Starbucks’ drive thru coffee maker saved Walmart’s coffee shop

The drive thru is a common sight in Starbucks stores around the country.

It’s not unusual for customers to leave with their coffee or a cup of tea and go back to the bar to have a drink before returning to their seat.

But Starbucks has created a machine that dispenses cups of coffee instead.

The coffee maker dispenses a cup with coffee that’s brewed at a specially designed espresso machine.

Customers also have the option to take a sip of a beverage in the machine as well.

It also dispenses caffeinated drinks like iced teas, smoothies and energy drinks, according to Starbucks’ website.

The machine, dubbed “the coffee machine,” is a new addition to Starbucks stores and is a $40 purchase.

The drive-through is available at more than 20 Starbucks locations in the United States and Canada, and is being tested in other countries.

Starbucks has made several changes to the drive-thru since it was introduced in late January.

For one, Starbucks now offers the coffee machine with the ability to dispense caffeinated products like ices, iced iced tea and iced coffee drinks.

The caffeinated beverages are also available with the machine and are not available at the drive thru.

It will cost $40 to buy the coffee maker in the drive through. 

The drive thru machine also now dispenses caffeine drinks, which are also not available in the coffee shop. 

Other changes include allowing customers to choose between caffeinated or non-caffeinated drinks in the store.

There is also a menu of coffee drinks available to customers. 

Customers can order a variety of beverages from the drive thru coffee maker.

It can be purchased in the bar or by the register.

The coffee machine will also dispense iced lattes, ices and smoothies.

 In the drive though, customers can order coffee, tea and energy drinks. 

According to the company, the coffee drive thru will be available in stores starting next week.