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Starbucks brings back some much loved beverage and dessert flavors this holiday season

Darpan News Desk Starbucks, 10 Nov, 2020
  • Starbucks brings back some much loved beverage and dessert flavors this holiday season

The holidays have arrived at Starbucks Canada, and this year and Starbucks is bringing back all the familiar and special flavours customers love in our signature holiday cups to help spark joy in even the smallest of moments. Below are the flavors to look forward to as well as the holiday dessert collection.

Peppermint Mocha

Back for its 18th year, this holiday classic is made with our signature espresso, steamed milk, sweet mocha sauce and peppermint-flavoured syrup. It's all topped off with whipped cream and dark chocolate curls.

Caramel Brûlé Latte

The Caramel Brûlé Latte combines espresso, steamed milk and rich Caramel Brûlé Sauce, and is topped with whipped cream and Caramel Brûlé Topping.

Chestnut Praline Latte

The Chestnut Praline Latte combines espresso, steamed milk and flavours of caramelized chestnuts and spices before being topped with whipped cream and spiced praline crumbs.

Eggnog Latte

The Eggnog Latte is a perennial holiday favourite made with rich, steamed eggnog and our signature espresso. Then we top it off with a dusting of ground nutmeg for the perfect finish.

Irish Cream Americano

This Canadian exclusive is based on the classic Americano Misto! It’s espresso flavoured with Irish Cream syrup, combined with hot water, steamed milk and a light layer of foam, and finished with a strike of cocoa powder topping.

Irish Cream Cold Brew Made with Starbucks®

Cold Brew or Nitro Cold Brew with Irish Cream syrup, this beverage is topped with a frothy cap of Vanilla Sweet Cream Cold Foam like a layer of fresh snow and a dusting of cocoa powder.

Gingerbread Latte

Sweet and spicy Gingerbread syrup is combined with espresso and steamed milk and topped with whipped cream and ground nutmeg.

Holiday Treats and Sweets 

Snowman Cookie · Cranberry Bliss® Bar · Peppermint Brownie Cake Pop · Gingerbread Loaf

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