Starbucks Unveils New Line of Tumblers and Cups for Spring


Spring is in full bloom at Starbucks!

A few days ago, the chain began spoiling fans with a new spring menu that features treats like the Iced Golden Ginger, Ice Pineapple Matcha and Nitro Cold Brew with Salted Honey Cold Foam, but even their merch is getting a seasonal upgrade with the release of some adorable cups and tumblers.

The tumbler that’s been the talk of the town is the matte pink studded tumbler. It’s similar to the matte black spiked tumbler released in the fall, but this one comes in pastel pink (almost peach) color that’s perfect for your iced beverages.

It holds 24 oz, according to TotallytheBomb, which is an equivalent to a venti. It retails for $19.95.

Starbucks lovers who have gotten their hands on the spring collection before anyone else have taken to social media to show them off, and there’s a lot to be excited about.

There’s no scientific research backing this, but your beverage just tastes better when its consumed from an embellished, colorful cup.

In addition to the viral matte pink tumbler, there are also mugs and tumblers to celebrate Easter.

You can choose from designs with bunnies and chicks, pastel designs, some iridescent looks, and a ceramic mug with seemingly geometric shapes.

It’s unclear when all the cups will be available, but keep your eyes peeled as they seem to vary from store-to-store.

You’ll have to embark on your own Easter egg hunt (but for cups) to snag them, but it’s worth it. The tumblers also make a great Easter basket additions, in case you needed any ideas.

What are you waiting for? Hop to it.

The only downside is that you may have to wait until the coronavirus concerns taper as Starbucks announced that it's suspending the use of personal cups and tumblers to help prevent the spread of the illness. The policy will take place at all North American stores.

While the famous coffee company will still continue to give a 10-cent discount to customers who bring in their own cup, the chain will not serve beverages in these outside containers.

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