Starbucks launches winter menu with 9 new items

Starbucks announced a new winter menu and said it will no longer charge for dairy alternatives in drinks.

This comes with an all-new Oat Latte platform, showcasing coffees designed exclusively to optimize the flavors of oat milk and Starbucks Blonde Roast.

This will see the introduction of new alternative dairy drinks for the coming seasons as Starbucks strives to expand its plant-based menu.

There are three flavors to choose from on the menu: Strawberry & Vanilla, Honey & Hazelnut and Dark Cocoa & Orange Oat Lattes

Paired with Starbucks Blonde Roast – a lighter roast espresso with a smooth body and citrus notes – these winter warmers are here to uplift your afternoon coffee routine.

New Starbucks menu (Starbucks)

The winter menu launches on Wednesday January 5, and Starbucks will no longer be charging extra for any of its five dairy alternatives in UK stores.

And that’s not all. Starbucks has introduced a new food menu filled with vegan options for longtime vegans and those trying Veganuary.

Treat yourself to the Tu’NAH Sandwich, Starbucks’ first plant-based fish-based alternative in collaboration with The Vegetarian Butcher.

New plant-based baked goods include the pecan and caramel brownie, carrot cake, or a chocolate and caramel muffin.

For the meat lovers among us, you can try the Cuban style panini stuffed with pulled pork and hickory smoked ham.

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New Starbucks menu

  • Strawberry Vanilla Oat Latte
  • Oatmeal and Honey Hazelnut Latte
  • Oatmeal and dark cocoa latte
  • Tu’NAH sandwich
  • All day breakfast wrap
  • Cuban panini
  • Pecan and caramel brownie
  • Carrot cake
  • Chocolate and caramel muffin.

The Starbucks menu is available in stores across the UK from January 5th. You can also order through the Starbucks app or on Deliveroo.

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