Last year, Starbucks most popular new drink was their cold brew which are crafted in small batches for a rich and subtly sweet flavor. Seeing as the cold brew is in high demand, Starbucks decided to jazz things up this summer and so, they’re introducing two new cold brew flavors for coffee lovers.
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The Starbucks Nitro Cold Brew is a neat twist from their signature Cold Brew. As the name suggest, the Nitro Cold Brew is infused with nitrogen for a creamy texture. This drink is served icy fresh, unsweetened and no ice.
Nutritional fun fact: a tall Nitro Cold Brew is 5 calories with 0 grams of sugar!
Starbucks Nitro Cold Brew is offered at select Starbucks Stores in Seattle at the moment but is slated to be on the menu for over 500 company-operated stores by the end of this summer. Certain Starbucks located in Portland, New York, Chicago, Boston, San Francisco and Los Angeles will likely be the first to try this exciting addition (rolling out in that order). Try asking a barista in-stores to see when these new flavors are coming to your local Starbucks!
For those with a sweet-tooth, Starbucks is also offering the Vanilla Sweet Cream Cold Brew which will be available in the U.S. and Canada this summer. The Vanilla Sweet Cream Cold Brew is made with Starbucks signature cold brew as a base and then splashed with house-made vanilla sweet cream.
Nutritional fun fact: a tall Vanilla Sweet Cream Cold Brew is 100 calories with 12 grams of sugar.
For those interested, here is Starbuck’s entire cold bar menu you can order from this summer which includes the above new additions.
Signature Cold Brew
Cold Brew with Vanilla Sweet Cream
Nitro Cold Brew
Starbucks Doubleshot on Ice
Caramel Iced Macchiato
Traditional Iced Coffee
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Which flavor are you looking forward to trying and which remains your personal fave?