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Starbucks debuts holiday cups, all-new seasonal beverage for 2021 – Portland, Oregon

Portland, Oregon 2021-11-03 08:31:29 –

(NEXSTAR) – Unlike its neighbors, Starbucks is politely waiting for the holiday decorations to be announced for four days until November.

On Thursday, November 4th, Starbucks will debut its latest holiday cup assortment. Each cup features a “gift-inspired” design and a touch of red, white, green and lilac. According to Starbucks, the four cups, “Wrapping Paper,” “Ribbon,” “Holiday Light,” and “Candy Cane,” also have a “caring gift tag on the back,” which is in line with this year’s theme.

Susie Leeser, Associate Creative Director at Starbucks, said in a press release:

Each new Starbucks Holiday Cup has a “caring gift tag” on the back. (Starbucks)

In addition to the new cups, Starbucks has revived several seasonal drinks, including peppermint mocha, Irish cream cold brew, caramel blue lily latte, toasted white chocolate mocha, and chestnut praline latte. The snacks that come back include cranberry bliss bar, snowman cookies, and sugar plum cheese danish pastry.

However, the new 2021 product is a non-dairy ice sugar cookie almond milk latte made from Starbucks blonde espresso roast, sugar cookie syrup, almond milk and sprinkles. There is also a new reindeer cake pop made with vanilla cake and chocolate icing.

News of Starbucks seasonal drinks and cups arrives less than a week after the company released its fourth-quarter earnings report. 17% increase in global store sales..

On the earnings call, Starbucks CFO and Vice President Rachel Marie Jeri also confirmed: Cold drinks accounted for 75% of sales In the fourth quarter of 2021, Statistics Starbucks pointed out when it announced the new Ice Sugar Cookie Almond Milk Latte.

All new Starbucks holiday services will be available in US locations starting November 4th.

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