Winter menu at Starbucks

Cold brew, kale, portobello and cake pops

Cold Brew with honey and almond milk
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Cold Brew with honey and almond milk

Starbucks' new winter menu features an array of drinks and fan favorites. The menu includes a new cold-brew option as well as kale, portobello mushroom and cake pops. Starting January 5, guests can order the new Honey Almondmilk Cold-Brew, Pistachio Latte, Kale and Portobello Sous-Vide Egg-Bites and Earth Cake-Pop, as well as celebrate the return of the Honey Almondmilk Flat-White and Red Velvet Loaf.

Cold drinks continue to trend. With the Honey Almond Milk Cold-Brew, Starbucks is also tying in the increased demand for dairy alternatives. The pistachio latte comes with a salted brown butter topping and can also be ordered on ice. The Honey Almond Milk Flat-White already remains on the Starbucks permanent menu.

There are also new additions to the food. The Kale and Portobello Sous-Vide Egg Bites will feature kale and portobello mushrooms, Monterey Jack cheese and eggs cooked using the sous-vide technique. This protein-packed breakfast will also remain on the menu. The snack contains 15 grams of protein and less than 250 calories.

The Earth Cake pops are made of rich chocolate cake and are dipped in a blue frosting and decorated with green and white sprinkles to resemble the globe. Also from the bakery is the Red Velvet Loaf, a classic red velvet cake with white chocolate icing.

Prepare at home

For at-home brewing, Starbucks also offers Reserve Coffee. This winter, the company is introducing two new varieties at its 3,200 company-owned stores in the United States. The Starbucks Reserve Guatemala Huehuetenango the Starbucks Reserve Ethiopia Yirgacheffe Chelelektu.

Starbucks offers several ways to get the new products: For example, guests can use the Starbucks app to find a coffee bar, view hours, order in advance and pay contactlessly. Guests can then pick up in-store, at the door, at the drive-thru and or on the side of the road. Starbucks Delivers works in the US with Uber Eats, for example.

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