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Starbucks unveils new pastel-colored cups for spring

Starbucks unveils new pastel-colored cups for spring”

In a first-ever move for the brand, Starbucks is releasing.

The global coffee giant has made a decision to go in a new direction with their spring cup collection, opting for a style that is every minimalists dream.

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"With spring right around the corner, Starbucks wanted to introduce something new to our customers to brighten their day", a spokesperson told TODAY Food.

And seriously these cups are simply perfection. For instance, the turquoise grande cup features an umbrella and raindrops, while the yellow venti cup has a smiling sun, and the green tall cup features a bunny doodle. Just think of how good they are going to look on Instagram. Starbucks is hoping to encourage customers to draw something in the dots that inspires them. The cups will only be around for a few days... and they're only on offer in the United States and Canada.

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You know how some of us look forward to Christmas as an excuse to head to Starbucks for peppermint mochas in signature holiday cups?

Like most seasonal Starbucks cups, the festive cups will be available for a limited time only.

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Starbucks knows that people love (and love to boycott) their themed cups that signal the start of the holiday season, summer, and autumn.



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