Starbucks welcomes spring 2021 with the arrival of two new plant-based beverages as well as the much anticipated launch of Oatly oatmilk nationwide beginning March 2, 2021.
Here’s a closer look at the brand’s spring 2021 menu:
New Iced Brown Sugar Oatmilk Shaken Espresso: Starbucks baristas shake Starbucks Blonde espresso, brown sugar and cinnamon together, and then top it off with oatmilk and ice.
New Iced Chocolate Almondmilk Shaken Espresso: Starbucks Blonde espresso meets cocoa and notes of malt, shaken together and topped with almondmilk and ice.
Both new non-dairy beverages can be found at participating locations nationwide starting March 2, 2021.
Starting on Tuesday, March 2, creamy, plant-based Oatly oatmilk will join Starbucks permanent menu nationwide.
Oatmilk represents the fourth non-dairy milk alternative available for dans in the US to enjoy, alongside soymilk, coconutmilk and almondmilk.
Honey Oatmilk Latte and More
In addition to the new menu items, Starbucks is also featuring fan-favorite beverages, while launching Honey Oatmilk Latte nationwide for the very first time.
Available hot or iced, Honey Oatmilk Latte features oatmilk and Starbucks Blonde Espresso Roast combined with a hint of honey and a toasted honey topping.
- Iced Pineapple Matcha Drink: Starbucks premium Matcha green tea is shaken with juicy flavors of pineapple and ginger along with coconutmilk and ice.
- Pink Drink: Starbucks Strawberry Açaí Refreshers Beverage, with accents of passion fruit, is combined with creamy coconutmilk.
- Salted Caramel Cold Brew features Starbucks Cold Brew: Sweetened with caramel and topped with a salted, rich cold foam.
- Vanilla Sweet Cream Cold Brew features Starbucks Cold Brew: Accented with vanilla flavor and topped with a delicate float of house-made vanilla sweet cream.
Customizing Iced Tea at Starbucks
Also starting March 2, Starbucks iced teas will be made unsweetened as part of the standard recipe. Fans will be able to select the level of sweetness by adjusting the pumps of cane sugar at no additional charge. To customize the level of sweetness when ordering iced tea beverages in the Starbucks app, simply select “sweeteners” within the beverage recipe page.
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