Starbucks saw its profits climb 18% in the last three months of 2006, boosted by opening more than eight new stores per day around the world.
Starbucks opened 728 new stores worldwide during the quarter
The world's largest coffee chain made a net profit of $205m (£104m) during the period, its fiscal first quarter, up from $174m a year earlier.
Starbucks' net revenue for the quarter was $2.35bn, a 24% increase on the $1.9bn the year before.
Sales at stores open for a year or more rose 6% during the three months.
The results met market expectations.
Starbucks said it opened a record 728 new outlets during the quarter.