Kenny G is known for smooth jazz, not frothy beverages, but the saxophonist recently generated buzz when he claimed to have had a hand in creating one of Starbucks' most popular items.
In an interview with Bloomberg News last month, the 58-year-old musician revealed that back in the early '90s, when the Seattle-based chain only offered traditional coffee drinks on the menu, he advised CEO Howard Schultz to come up with a more creative concoction.
"There was another company, Coffee Bean, that had something called blended … it was a sweet drink, and people were lined up around the block," the musician recalled.
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