From matte-black to shiny rainbow, Starbucks has unveiled a bunch of studded tumblers over the years. As lovely as they’ve all been, we feel like we’ve hit the jackpot with the new copper studded tumbler. Although it looks like a sparkling new penny, it sure is worth a whole lot more than that!
The very first Starbucks location opened in Seattle’s Pike Place Market in 1971, so this cold cup is in honor of the brand’s 50th anniversary. It joins other limited-edition merchandise featuring the iconic Siren that’s available in select stores, so it should be a fun stop the next time you go on a Starbucks run.
The tumbler features studs for a textured look and is copper-colored with a shiny finish. When you catch it at the right angle, you see hints of iridescent purple, green, and blue. It has been spotted in both grande and venti sizes. They have a matching straw with a tag noting that it’s limited edition for the 50-year mark. The cold cup is so glossy that we just might need sunglasses. Talk about making a statement.
Starbucks is also celebrating its 50th anniversary by bringing back the Anniversary Blend. It first came out in 1996 for the 25th anniversary and became an annual favorite year after year. The bold blend is sourced exclusively from Indonesia with tasting notes of smoked cedary spice, black truffle, and fresh tarragon. You can purchase it as a whole-bean coffee or get it as the dark-roast brew offering at most Starbucks stores from March 8 to 14.
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