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Starbucks reveals its festive Christmas menu and it includes a peculiar drink

Christmas officially kicks off when high street stores start putting up their decorations and Starbucks begins to sell its festive drinks.

But there’s something a little different about this year’s menu . . .

Alongside old favourites like the eggnog latte and the gingerbread latte is a Festive Cold Brew – an icy drink in December, whatever next?

The drink is made with a slow-steeped cold brew coffee, syrup and festive orange pieces.

Take a look at the full menu below.

The drinks will go on sale from Thursday, November 2, with prices starting from £3.20 (for a small).

Festive Cold Brew

Festive Cold Brew is the brand new festive drink for this year, designed to bring a hint of Christmas to Starbucks classic cold brew blend. A touch of syrup is added to the slow-steeped cold brew coffee, and it is then finished with orange and cranberry pieces to bring out subtle Christmas spice flavours.

Gingerbread Latte

With all the ingredients you need for a cosy Christmas, this drink contains Starbucks 100% Arabica espresso, infused with gingerbread syrup and steamed milk. It’s finished with gingerbread flavoured whipped cream and wafer crumbs and is sure to hit the Christmas spot every time.

Toffee Nut Latte

The much-loved Toffee Nut Latte is a combination of rich nutty flavours and Starbucks 100% Arabica espresso, with fresh steamed milk. This festive favourite is complemented with finishing touches of whipped cream and decadent hazelnut sprinkles.

Eggnog Latte

The return of the Eggnog Latte is celebrated by fans all over the world. Made by combining Starbucks 100% Arabica espresso with creamy, steamed eggnog and served with a dusting of ground nutmeg, it gets everyone feeling Christmassy.

Fudge Hot Chocolate

An indulgent combination of milk chocolate and fudge syrup, carefully crafted with steamed milk, then finished with fudge flavoured whipped cream and a sprinkling of gold chocolate curls.

 

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