Starbucks Brazil unveils Braille menus made from coffee beans

Starbucks in Brazil is promoting the launch of its Braille menu by unveiling a menu where the words are spelled out in Braille using coffee beans.

The idea was created by ad agency Rai, who suggested that this means customers can enjoy their coffee “from the tip of the fingers to the tip of the tongue”.

The agency used real coffee beans, one by one, in order to create the sign.

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