In Starbucks, summer is here to stay
Manila, Philippines — Summer might be over but that doesn’t mean we need to say goodbye to the things we love about summer.
Leading coffeehouse chain Starbucks recently unveiled its new flavors to remind patrons how summer feels in these rainy days.
This June, Starbucks is giving everyone that much-needed detour with refreshing and indulgent beverages that will help you sit still, slow down, and savor its rich flavors. The revitalizing new drinks will be available for a limited time only starting June 4.
For customers who love fruitier, Starbucks launched the new Watermelon and Lychee Aloe Frappuccino, a drink that looks and tastes like a slice of watermelon. The zesty blended beverage is made with watermelon juice blended with chia seeds, layers of floral lychee-infused whipped cream, and diced lychee aloe. With stunning layers of red, white, and green, this drink will satisfy both taste buds and your Instagram feed.
Perfect for the rainy days, Starbucks is transforming the usual coffee break into an indulgent escape with the Ultra Caramel Coffee Sphere Frappuccino, an upgrade on the classic Coffee Frappuccino but with a refreshing pop to it – small coffee spheres bursting with Starbucks Brazilian Coffee. The delectable blended beverage is topped with a dollop of whipped cream and even more coffee spheres.
Moreover, Starbucks also launched Anchors Aweigh, a nautical-themed collection depicts cute illustrations done in line drawing style with white, ultramarine and navy blue colors and red and silver accents.
And one way to remind how summer feels is the Nautical Whale Card, a new Starbucks card that features a whale diving into the ocean with its tail sticking out against the sailor stripe design. It is available for only a minimum P1,000 activation.
Everyone deserves a break every once in a while. Grant yourself the permission to pause from the daily grind and enjoy a short and sweet escape at Starbucks with their indulgent new summer offerings starting June 4.
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