For 2022, Starbucks has a swath of new ready-to-drink coffee beverages that’ll be rolling out later this year to local grocery stores, national retailers, and convenience stores as well as online.
If you’re into oatmilk, a few new products will be available. Starbucks Cold Brew Dark Chocolate Oatmilk features creamy oatmilk and rich dark chocolate flavors. It’s already heading to shelves in 40-ounce bottles with a $4.99 suggested retail price. Starbucks Bottled Frappuccino Coffee Drink with Oatmilk will come in two flavors — Caramel Waffle Cookie and Dark Chocolate Brownie.
If you’re into boxed cold brew, the brand is bagging and putting into a box its Cold & Crafted coffee drink that features no preservatives, lower sugar, and less calories than other coffee drink options. Starbucks Cold & Crafted on Tap is a 72 fl oz offering with a $15 suggested retail price. It’ll be available later this year in two flavors — Black Unsweetened and Coffee with a Splash of Milk.
If you’re into coffee that comes in aluminum cans, Starbucks will be adding a new flavor to two existing coffee drink lines. The canned Nitro Cold Brew line, which made its debut in 2020, will be getting a new Splash of Sweet Cream flavor ($3.69 SRP), and the Tripleshot Zero Sugar line, which also debuted in 2020, will be adding a Milk Chocolate variety.
Finally, if you’re into coffee drinks inspired by world travel, there’s the new Hazelnut Tiramisu flavor that’s part of Starbucks’ Bottled Frappuccino Passport Series ($3.40 SRP). It follows last year’s Chocolate Churro flavor.
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