Starbucks Canada is giving us a taste of spring with its new Spring Menu launch!
As of today, Starbucks’ Spring Menu, which includes 2 brand new beverages, including a limited-time Canadian exclusive, is available for you to sip and enjoy!
The new Iced Strawberry Oat Matcha Tea Latte is a Canadian exclusive that will be available for a limited time, and a new permanent addition to the menu is the Cinnamon Caramel Cream Cold Brew. Yum!
The new Cold Brew that’s here to stay, the Cinnamon Caramel Cream Cold Brew, is sweetened with vanilla syrup and topped with a cinnamon caramel foam and a dusting of cinnamon dolce topping. As with all of Starbucks Cold Brews, it is handcrafted in small batches daily, slow-steeped in cool water for 20 hours, and never touches heat.
The Canadian-exclusive Iced Strawberry Oat Matcha Tea Latte is a matcha green tea paired with the familiar flavour of strawberry, for a taste of spring in every sip. The strawberry-flavoured syrup is combined with matcha and the oat beverage, followed by adding real strawberry pieces, making it look just as good as it tastes.
That’s not all, though! In addition to the 2023 Spring Menu’s fresh new beverages, Starbucks is also rolling out exciting merchandise, products, and Star Rewards offers:
- A new spring-inspired drinkware collection
- The fan-fave dark roast Anniversary Blend is back
- Fresh, new designs for its coffee bags (for the first time in 10 years!). Inspired by the people, moments, and experiences with each blend.
- Starbucks Reward members can celebrate the arrival of Spring with the return of Double Star Days from March 14 – March 16.
The new Starbucks Spring food and beverage menu is now available at Starbucks stores nationwide. It’s time to sip into spring!
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