Starbucks Holiday Cups Return With 4 Red and Green Designs

Virginia Carson
November 3, 2018

With Halloween in our rear-view mirror, we can officially get into the holiday spirit with some help from Starbucks.

"We listened to our customers", said Roz Brewer, Starbucks' chief operating officer.

"We started this season by looking to the past", says Kristy Cameron, a member of the coffeehouse chain's creative design team.

Past year we got the brand's first-ever colour-in holiday cup, giving customers to opportunity to create one-of-a-kind designs, but for 2018 the coffee giant has gone totally classic with retro-graphic patterns.

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Not only did Starbucks introduce the new cups, but it also unleashed its holiday drink menu on the world-and it's not turkey or cranberry or stuffing flavored.

Hop on over to Starbucks on November 2nd for a holiday drink! This year, they feature a little more of the traditional red and green.

Stars, stripes, flames and coffee cherries, all adorned in cheerful shades of red and green.

And you could get one for a buddy as an early Christmas gift.

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This year, the company is strictly sticking with Christmas.

"We learn from everything we do in our stores", she said. Plus, Starbucks will give out limited-edition reusable red cups to customers while supplies last on Friday.

In addition to the cups, Starbucks is rolling out holiday themed treats like sugarplum cheese danishes and pistachio honey croissants and bring back classic holiday drinks like peppermint mochas and gingerbread lattes starting on November 2.

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