Starbucks’ Next Beautiful Pink Drink Has Arrived

And it tastes just like vacation!

May 21, 2020


Photo by: Photo courtesy of Starbucks

Photo courtesy of Starbucks

Starbucks’ Insta-famous Pink Drink now has a sister. The chain’s brand-new Iced Guava Passionfruit Drink drops today, and joins the fan-favorite line of Iced Coconutmilk Drinks that launched back in early March. Coconutmilk and flavors of guava, passionfruit, pineapple and ginger are shaken up to make the smooth and creamy – and dairy-free – millennial pink beverage. The refreshing drink sounds like it’s borne out of a tropical island vacation – and we have a feeling it’ll soon be taking over all our feeds, just like its predecessor.

In addition to the new pink drink, Starbucks is dropping a little bite of magic with a new Unicorn Cake Pop, made with a confetti cake base. And with summer fast approaching, the S’mores Frappuccino is making a comeback to give us all some campfire vibes.

Photo by: Photo courtesy of Starbucks

Photo courtesy of Starbucks

According to Starbucks, more than 90 percent of stores are expected to be “responsibly reopened” by early June, under modified operations and hours with a “heightened emphasis” on cleaning and sanitizing protocols in stores, as outlined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Customers can order ahead through the Starbucks app for pick up or get items delivered through Uber Eats.

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