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Starbucks reveals 2022 holiday cups: Here’s when they’ll hit stores

(NEXSTAR) – Scams are still being picked across the country Milk curds from their molars, but that’s not stopping Starbucks from moving forward with their mint lattes or sugar plums.

Starbucks will debut its annual lineup of holiday cups nationwide on Nov. 3, replacing its traditional single-use cups with a slightly different more festive disposable cups.

This year’s theme (like last year) is inspired by “gifts,” according to a Starbucks press release, which was provided to Nexstar. The four new cups for 2022 — named “Gift-Wrapped Magic,” “Frosted Sparkle,” “Ornament Wonder” and “Cozy Evergreen” — also feature blank gift tags on the back.

“We’ve always talked about the cups as little gifts, and we hope they feel like a holiday gift to our customers and store partners,” Gary Jacobson, creative director of Starbucks’ 2022 holiday campaign, said in a release.

The Chocolate Pistachio Swirl, new for 2022 (Starbucks)

Starting Thursday, customers at U.S. Starbucks locations can also indulge in an assortment of holiday-themed beverages, including seasonal mint mochas, caramel brulee lattes, chestnut praline lattes, toasted white chocolate mochas, Irish Cream Cold Brews and sugar almond milk cookies. latte. Starbucks’ holiday offerings include returning items like the Reindeer Cake Pop, Sugar Plum Cheese Danish, Cranberry Bliss Bar, Snowman Cookie and a new Chocolate Pistachio Swirl that appears to be a take on the traditional cinnamon roll.

In other recent Starbucks-cup news — and yes, there has been other recent Starbucks-cup news — the coffee chain earlier this year committed to community cup program until 2025. This would allow customers to borrow a reusable cup to return on their next visit. These shared cups will then be professionally cleaned and given to other Starbucks customers who will take turns repeating the process.

At the time, a Starbucks spokesperson said the company was still testing various incentives and disincentives to attract customers to its reusable cup program.


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