Starbucks Added 2 New Drinks To Its Menu Including A Pistachio Latte
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It's a new year, which means you probably have some new goals. Maybe one of them is to try new things or maybe to incorporate some more plant-based options into your diet, or maybe you simply want to switch up your Starbucks order. No matter what you're aiming for in 2021, Starbucks is adding some new menu items to help you out.

a glass of orange juice next to a cup of coffee © Starbucks

The coffee chain just announced some brand new food and drink items that will have you heading to the drive-thru ASAP. First up is a new Honey Almond Milk Cold Brew. It's made with Starbucks Cold Brew and honey, and is then topped with almond milk. It's downright perfect for those of us who like to keep our coffee orders simple but still plenty delicious (not to mention those of us who believe that iced coffee season is every season!).

a glass of orange juice next to a cup of coffee: starbucks will release a honey almond cold brew and pistachio latte © Starbucks starbucks will release a honey almond cold brew and pistachio latte

Next up is the new Pistachio Latte. This drink is inspired by the Pistachio Latte that debuted at Starbucks Reserve Roasteries in 2019. It features pistachio flavor and a brown buttery topping paired with Starbucks Signature espresso and steamed milk for a delicious drink that sounds unlike anything you've tried at the chain before.

For those looking for a new breakfast, you should be sure to add the new Kale and Portabella Mushroom Sous Vide Egg Bites to your order when you go to pick up one of these drinks. The full menu launches on January 5, which, if you're still a little lost on what day it is, is today. Happy New Year, go and get your caffeine!


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