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Starbucks to release spring-themed pastel cups

Starbucks to release spring-themed pastel cups”

Not to mention, the cups will only be available in participating stores across the US and Canada.

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The bright-yellow (Venti), baby-blue (grande) and pale-green (tall) cups are the first time Starbucks has expanded on its seasonal holiday tradition. But now the coffee giant is proving its cooler than ever by releasing brand new cups to reflect the sunshine of the new approaching season. According to Starbucks, cups also include hand-drawn designs of appropriately spring-themed objects like umbrellas and the sun.

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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. But these are the first to celebrate spring's arrival. The plain white dots ones could inspire baristas to add their own springtime doodles themselves. Just think of how good they are going to look on Instagram. Like the 2016 holiday red cups, some of the spring cups will feature drawings inspired by the season. The new cups will only be around for a limited time in the United States and Canada.

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According to Starbucks, they've made a decision to release the colourful cups to welcome Spring with open arms. It has offered winter, summer, and autumn cups in the past but never a spring cup before now.



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