Starbucks Announces Highly Anticipated Seasonal Delights

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That time of year when Starbucks starts serving you its delicious drinks in cups of a slightly different colour scheme has finally arrived again. The iconic red cups signal the beginning of the festive season, and Starbucks has just announced the launching of it’s highly anticipated seasonal products which will feature new beverages, treats, and products to be available for a limited time.

For this year they’ve decided to come up with a cool combination of toffee and espresso by introducing the Toffee Nut Latte and Toffee Nut Frappuccino.

The Regional Communications and CSR Manager for Starbucks Coffee MENA Rana Shaheen said that they are “excited to announce the return of the Toffee Nut drinks, which have become fan favorites, and we hope that they will bring people together this festive season”.

As for their other delicious holiday treats, they will be serving Gingerbread Latte, their signature hot chocolate, and red velvet cake.

Starbucks stores will also be selling a new collection of holiday products such as mugs, tumblers, and cold cups.

The exciting holiday menu will be available in Starbuck’s Middle East and North Africa stores until the 6th of January 2019.

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