Starbucks Announces Three New Bottled Coffee Drinks
Get your favorite flavors at the supermarket!
Starbucks continues to amaze and tempt customers with their delicious seasonal products, reducing all of us to coffee-craving, hyper-caffeinated superfans. First, they rolled out their ultra-popular Pumpkin Spice Lattes in K-Cup form, making them suddenly available to all of us at our local grocery stores so we could get our flavor fix in the comfort of our own homes.
And, then they bottled the PSLs, making it even easier for us to satisfy for our caffeine (and pumpkin) needs:
And now Starbucks has revealed that they’re rolling out three new bottled coffee drinks! First, they’re adding two new flavors to their Single-Serve Cold Brew varieties, including Vanilla & Fig as well as Sweetened Black:
In addition, they’re rolling out a frappuccino with almond milk, which means that people with lactose allergies or those who are vegan can finally enjoy a store-bought Starbucks frappe!
And Starbucks is also rolling out their new Doubleshot Coffee Smoothies, in Dark Chocolate Banana and Vanilla Honey Banana. Yum! These are guaranteed to wake you up and get you going no matter how many episodes of “Stranger Things” you binged last night:
However, there is one small downside. You’re going to have to wait until next year for these new bottled drinks to hit shelves. You’ll be able to find the Vanilla & Fig and Sweetened Black Cold Brews in February, but you have to wait until May for the Doubleshot Coffee Smoothies and the almond milk Frappuccinos.
Sigh. But at least the bottled PSLs are on shelves now and waiting for you to enjoy. Grab one!
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Or check out some of their other tempting seasonal flavors, including Salted Caramel Mocha:
If they keep rolling out such awesome supermarket versions, we may never need to go into an actual Starbucks again. Oh, who are we kidding? Nothing satisfies like the real thing.
[h/t: Food and Wine]