Editor's note: The video above on Starbucks in China first aired in October 2016.
It was a happy holiday at Starbucks, but the coronavirus outbreak in China could slow the company's sales momentum.
New drinks like the Pumpkin Cream Cold Brew were a hit with customers in the October-December period, helping the Seattle-based coffee giant beat Wall Street's earnings forecast.
Starbucks' earnings rose 16% to $886 million in its fiscal first quarter. Adjusted earnings of 79 cents per share beat Wall Street's forecast of 76 cents.
But the company said it has already closed more than half its stores in China and doesn't yet know how the coronavirus will impact its sales.