Industry News | March 15, 2017

Starbucks Releases New On-the-Go Coffees

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Starbucks customers have new ways to get their coffee on the go this spring with Starbucks ready-to-drink beverages, including the new Cocoa & Honey with Cream Starbucks Cold Brew and a Cubano Starbucks Doubleshot Espresso inspired by Cuban coffee. Beverages are available where groceries are sold and at select Starbucks stores in the U.S.

Cold Brew

The same smooth flavor of Starbucks Cold Brew Blend slow-steeped in Starbucks stores is also one of Starbucks most popular ready-to-drink beverages. This season, customers can try the new Cocoa & Honey with Cream Starbucks Cold Brew, joining unsweetened Starbucks Cold Brew launched in 2016. The new beverage will be available in late March starting with the West Coast, Northeast, Southeast and Great Lakes regions, and available in participating Starbucks stores nationwide this summer.

Frappuccino Bottled Coffee Drink

Starbucks has now added Dulce de Leche Frappuccino bottled coffee drink to its lineup, with a smooth blend of sweet caramelized milk and coffee.

Doubleshot

Starbucks is offering three new Doubleshot varieties for customers, including the new Cubano Starbucks Doubleshot Espresso inspired by Cuban-style coffee, Espresso and Salted Caramel Cream and Caramel Starbucks Doubleshot Coffee & Protein are also new additions to the Doubleshot family.

Iced Coffee

Starbucks Iced Coffee—Brewed to Personalize beverages are the perfect way to enjoy iced coffee at home. Customers can now bring home convenient multi-serve bottles of Starbucks Iced coffee to customize with a splash of milk, a favorite sweetener, or a little ice.  

North America Coffee Partnership

More than twenty years ago, Starbucks and PepsiCo started the North America Coffee Partnership and launched Starbucks Bottled Frappuccino chilled coffee drink. What started out as a nascent category has grown to be more than 40 ready-to-drink Starbucks beverages and more than $2 billion in retail business.

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