The cups got a cuter & simple makeover, donning a Santa coat red base, wrapped in a green and white "Merry Coffee" text theme, featuring the small green Starbucks lady logo. Some of the more environmentally friendly cup designs were compostable, and others were straw-less.
Starbucks is also celebrating the return by giving away a free, limited-edition reusable cup to customers who order a holiday beverage at participating stores in the US and Canada on Thursday.
This week, Starbucks debuted the four new designs adorning its annual batch of hotly-anticipated holiday cups, which are set to debut in stores across the USA and Canada on November 7.
"We came up with this idea of wrapping the stores in holiday joy and wrapping the cups like a gift to our partners and customers", Quotson said in a news release.
Starbucks unveiled its new U.S. holiday menu on Wednesday, and nearly instantly it provoked a backlash online.
Those holiday beverages are back as well, as customers who want a little coffee with their sugar can once again enjoy their favourite seasonal drinks, including the peppermint mocha, gingerbread latte, caramel brûlé latte, chestnut praline latte, and eggnog latte. But up close, its tiny type offers a happy sentiment.More news: James Dean To Be 'Resurrected' VIA CGI For New Vietnam War Film
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[Photo via Starbucks][Photo via Starbucks][Photo via Starbucks][Photo via Starbucks] Starbucks is also slated to repeat last year's reusable cup giveaway.
Candy Cane Stripe: "The colors of the holiday break all appear jointly with this design and style as the Starbucks wordmark falls like snow versus stripes of candy cane purple and white".
The menu will include classic favorites such as the Peppermint Mocha and the Toasted White Chocolate Mocha.
Which is what Alaska Airlines is presenting passengers who carry a Starbucks holiday break cup during the boarding approach for flights from November 7-10. In 2015, Starbucks launched a two-tone ombre cup, which sparked a response from Joshua Feuerstein, a Christian internet evangelist.
Customers who hold onto these cups and use them through the holiday season will get 50 cents off their Starbucks holiday beverages.