Cotti Coffee opens first location in Hong Kong 

Chinese coffee chain Cotti Coffee has launched its first location in Hong Kong, after expanding its presence in Southeast Asia with the first store in Indonesia in August. 

The Sheung Wan Mass Transit Railway (MTR) station location joins Cotti Coffee’s portfolio of more than 6200 stores worldwide, encompassing key cities in countries including Canada, Japan, South Korea, and Indonesia. 

Cotti Coffee is one of the largest coffee chains in China and the official global sponsor of Argentina’s national football teams. Since its establishment, the brand has spread to 328 cities in 28 countries and markets. 

According to the coffee retailer, it will offer Hong Kong customers “distinctive flavours and technological innovation”. Customers can purchase classic coffee delights including Americanos, lattes, as well as other innovations like the Coco Cotti, Stardust Oat Latte, Pampas Blue Coco Latte, and Coco Pearl.

The brand also introduces Grapefruit Sparkling Cold Brew, Grapefruit Hand-Shaken Iced Tea, and the “Rice Milk” line. 

Founded by former executives of Luckin Coffee, Jenny Qian and Charles Lu, Cotti Coffee introduced its first location last year in China’s Fuzhou.

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