Starbucks' 2022 Holiday Menu Will Have You Jingling All the Way

The red cups are making a return!

It's that time of year again—Starbucks holiday drinks are back! 

Move over, pumpkin spiced latte, because it's time to start celebrating the holidays, and what better way to do it than with a warm cup of your favorite Starbucks holiday drink?

This morning, the coffee chain announced that their holiday menu will be returning tomorrow, Nov. 3. Although there aren't any new drinks on the menu, customers can expect delicious new bakery items and festive new red cup designs.

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Starbucks Holiday Cups 2022

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The new holiday cups are set to give customers that feeling of holiday cheer every time they visit a Starbucks. “We are really focused on creating a joyful experience throughout the entire Starbucks experience – whether a customer is visiting at our drive-thru or in our café,” said Gary Jacobson, Starbucks creative director for this year's holiday campaign. “Whatever we can touch, we wanted to make sure that we make someone’s day a little bit brighter in a holiday way.”

And while you wait for your warm cup of wintery coffee, don't forget to get something sweet! Fans can enjoy their favorite bakery items, including the Reindeer Cake Pop, Sugar Plum Cheese Danish, Cranberry Bliss Bar, Snowman Cookie, and, new to the list this year, Chocolate Pistachio Swirl.

As for the holiday beverages, the classics are all making a comeback, including Peppermint Mocha, Caramel Brûlée Latte, Toasted White Chocolate Mocha, and Chestnut Praline Latte. The chain will also have the Iced Sugar Cookie Almond Milk Latte available along with the Irish Cream Cold Brew.

So set those alarms, and wake up tomorrow with a nice warm cup of holiday cheer!

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