‘How do I love thee? Let me count the ways’， is a famous line from Elizabeth Barret Browning’s poem, which echoes with the eternal love between Romeo and Juliet. Yet, throughout the years, not only love itself to be celebrated; the beauty of youth and the associated energy and hope to be remembered, as well.
The 1968 version of ‘Romeo and Juliet’ movie is always considered to be the most classic version among the others. Despite the heavenly beauty of the lovers which resembles the ideal image under Shakespeare’s words, one would also immediately be fascinated by the deep interpretation of youth, especially from the song ‘What is a Youth’，a kind of lovers’ whisper underneath.
1968年版的《罗密欧与朱丽叶》电影一直被认为是最经典版本，除了两位主角的形象生动复刻了莎士比亚笔下的人物，电影里对青春的诠释也让人悸动，特别是主题曲《青春是什么》（What is a Youth），如情人碎语，悠扬绵长，眷恋不断。
When we trace back the social context of Renaissance Verona, where the great romance took place, derives its name from old Latin, meaning “a very elegant city”。 Gladly it is also a renowned Starbucks coffee, blends both Latin America and Asia Pacific coffees with Italian Roast in a portion of 80:20.
I once attended a coffee sharing held by 8th Warehouse Starbucks barista Amy and Vivian, in which cheese cake was served to match pure-over Verona Coffee, we even explored the wonderful taste of pairing it with chocolates, the sweetness softened the coffee sour, greatly enriched the savour experience.