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Third Wave Coffee Roasters plans to open 10 stores in Hyd

Hyderabad, Feb 3 (UNI) Bengaluru-based Third Wave Coffee Roasters, one of India’s youngest coffee chain start-ups, is looking to expand its footprint in Hyderabad, targeting ten stores in the next six months.
The start-up’s coffee brand has opened a new outlet at Madhapur here with a well-trained team of baristas and spacious, comfortable seating that is accentuated with ample natural light and the warm, inviting aroma of fresh coffee, the company said in a release here.
This is the 13th outlet of Third Wave Coffee Roasters in the country.
Commenting on the launch, Third Wave Coffee Roasters Co-Founder Sushant Goel, said, “With this launch, we have kick-started our ambitious expansion plan in the city and over the next six months, our aim is to launch a minimum of 10 stores across the city.
"We did a pilot project for a few months prior to the official launch of this store and the customer response has been heartening," Goel said we have also developed an app, Third wave that can be downloaded from Appstore and Google Playstore which is India’s first coffee subscription app.
Customers are rewarded with Third Wave Coins for every transaction, and on reaching certain milestones the coins could be redeemed for free beverages and food. We have launched an array of attractive beverage subscription packs on our app. We also provide a wide variety of packs for customers to choose from depending on their preferences, he said.
Third Wave Coffee Roasters started out three years ago with the mission of making India drink and appreciate a delicious cup of coffee brewed to perfection.
Third Wave Coffee Roasters prides itself on innovation in coffee, and this is seen in the variety of beverages featured on the menu. Right from flavourful lattes like Orange Zest Mocha, La Vie En Rose, Sea Salt Mocha, to pouring the perfect French Press, Pour Over, Aeropress or Syphon, Third Wave Coffee Roasters drives itself towards the single-minded effort of bringing delectable coffee to Indians, said Anirudh Sharma, Co-Founder, Third Wave Coffee Roasters.
With 100 per cent Arabica coffee sourced directly from origin, freshly roasted in small batches and ground at the cafe, Third Wave Coffee Roasters aims at serving delicious coffee that is brewed to perfection.” said Ayush Bathwal, Co- Founder, Third Wave Coffee Roasters.
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