Starbucks has a new pink drink and it looks delicious

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After moving to drive-thru only for most of their locations following the initial outbreaks of the coronavirus, Starbucks has now reopened more than 85 percent of their company-operated stores across the country. The coffeehouse chain expects to have more than 90 percent of stores open by early June, and they’ve adopted new hours and protocols for a safe experience.

If you’re missing that experience of saying hello to the baristas you know and ordering your favorite drink, this might be the perfect excuse to drop in again: Starbucks has created new menu items with perfect summer vibes, which we could all no doubt use right now.

First up is a new iced guava passionfruit drink that is not only served cold for a refreshing treat, but it is also a pretty shade of pink! The new drink combines flavors of guava, passionfruit, pineapple and ginger and is shaken up with coconut milk and ice, making it smooth and creamy. It joins the list of non-dairy and customizable beverages on Starbucks’ permanent menu.

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The drink was just released, but it already has fans online.

Twitter user @moralesabbyy gave it quite the endorsement, declaring it “the most amazing thing from Starbucks”:

And @hash_drew is “in love”:

Some aren’t fans of this particular tropical fruit, though. @darleeen23 is not pleased that the coffee chain has yet another guava drink on the menu:

 

MORE: You can get a keto version of the pink drink at Starbucks

 

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