Starbucks Blissfully Balanced Blends New Seasonal Beverage Promo

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For consumers looking for comforting beverages this new year, we’re happy to announce a new collection of wellness beverages in the spirit of health and self-care.

The new seasonal beverages will be available at all Starbucks store from 5th January onwards, while stocks last.

NEW! Starbucks® Mānuka Honey Ginger Black Tea

Starbucks new sweet and spicy Mānuka Honey Ginger Black Tea is a soothing pick-me-up for any time of day. This winter beverage pairs premium New Zealand Mānuka Honey with Starbucks signature English Breakfast Tea, with chunks of zingy Taiwanese ginger and swirls of honey ginger sauce. The result is a warm harmony of flavors that will invigorate your senses and bring comfort to your day. Available as a hot or iced handcrafted beverage.

NEW! Starbucks® Pistachio Pure Matcha Latte

Transport your senses to nutty delight with the new Pistachio Pure Matcha Latte —an earthy twist on your favorite Matcha Green Tea Latte. This winter beverage is a delicate blend of pure Japanese Matcha with pistachio flavored sauce and steamed milk. Topped with a gentle layer of cold foam, sprinkles of pistachio waffle bits and a drizzle of pistachio sauce, the Pistachio Pure Matcha Latte brings you comfort with every sip. Available as a hot or iced handcrafted beverage.

NEW! Starbucks® Smoked Butterscotch Latte

With the aromas of brown sugar and velvety butter, rich butterscotch flavor and creamy texture, Starbucks Smoked Butterscotch Latte is pure scrumptiousness. Luscious smoked butterscotch sauce mixed with Starbucks signature espresso and steamed milk gives your latte a sophisticated new twist. The Smoked Butterscotch Latte is completed with a sprinkle of Turkish coffee grounds topping, creating the perfect balance of sweet and savory. Available as a hot, iced or blended handcrafted beverage.

Starbucks Blissfully Balanced Blends New Seasonal Beverage Promo
Starbucks Blissfully Balanced Blends New Seasonal Beverage Promo
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