Does anyone remember Starbucks Christmas 2006?
As my readers know from this blog, any time of year is a fine time to talk about Christmas merchandise in a Starbucks. This extremely short blog post is simply a visual look at all the merchandise that Starbucks offered during Christmas season 2006.
A regular blog reader sent me this little booklet, thinking it could be another chance to memorialize Starbucks history. I enjoyed flipping through this little book, and hope you do too. A couple of things that are worth noting about this holiday merchandise: First, there seems to be several options in terms of brewing equipment. I haven’t seen a coffee brewer (other than a French press) inside a Starbucks in a long time. Next, somehow the style of the marketing reminds me a lot of Pier 1 Imports. Molly (who helps me with the photography on this blog) immediately commented that it looks like the marketing takes its cue from a Pier 1 Imports catalog. Of course, once she said that I saw the immediate resemblence. Lastly, I haven’t seen any espresso machines for sale inside a Starbucks in a while either.
If you’re looking for my previous blog posts that relate to Christmas or holiday merchandise, here are the links:
- What Christmas merchandise do you want to see this year? (originally posted June 30, 2010)
- Christmas Blend arrives November 17th 2009 at a Starbucks near you. (originally posted November 16, 2009)
This was only a few years ago, but it seems like Starbucks has changed so much since this 2006 booklet was produced. I definitely wonder what they will come up with for this year!
Any guesses on what is coming for Christmas 2010 merchandise?
- Starbucks tests syrup extracts instead of sugary syrups. on
- Your Seattle Starbucks Checklist: Must-Visit Starbucks on
- Why do you go to Starbucks less often? (If that’s true for you) on
- A unique Starbucks in Orange, California – Store #5511 on
- Use your Starbucks birthday reward on your birthday: One day only (Used to be 4 days). on