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Starbucks has added three new amazing drinks to its summer menu

·4-min read

Starbucks is always a treat. Whether you prefer to take your Starbucks in takeaway form, or love. Starbucks drive-thru, there are always so many options on the menu.

With warmer weather, BBQs and beach days well and truly on their way, Starbucks’ new Refresha drinks range is just another swell way of celebrating the sunniest season.

Starbucks' Refresha range is here with not one, not two, but three fruity and refreshing drinks, which will be added to Starbucks' menus from 1 July.

Starbucks Refresha flavours include:

  • Pink Coconut Starbucks Refresha. This is flavoured with tasty strawberries and creamy coconut. And just look how pink it is!

Photo credit: Starbucks
Photo credit: Starbucks
  • Strawberry Acai Starbucks Refresha features the unusual flavour of açaí, which gives depth to the drink. It's topped with real strawberries.

Photo credit: Starbucks
Photo credit: Starbucks
  • Cool Lime Starbucks Refresha is returning to the menu with its a zingy and zesty blend of lime and citrus, shaken over ice and garnished with a slice of lime.

Photo credit: Starbucks
Photo credit: Starbucks

The new Refresha range is joining these other new drinks and snacks on the Starbucks' menu:

Starbucks summer menu: new drinks

  • Caramel Brownie Cream Frappuccino (new): Luxury Caramel Brownie brûlée treats are smoothly blended with milk and ice and crowned with cooling coffee whipped cream and an indulgent Caramel Brownie topping. Prices from £3.65.

Photo credit: Starbucks
Photo credit: Starbucks
  • Chocolate Coffee Crunch Frappuccino (new): A seriously scrumptious sunflower seed Chocolate Caramel Brittle blended with coffee, cold milk and ice, all topped with delicious coffee whipped cream and a sprinkling of Chocolate Caramel crumb. Yum. Prices from £3.65.

  • Strawberries and Cream Frappuccino (staying on for summer): Starbucks' classic Strawberries and Cream Frappuccino Blended Beverage is a summer sensation. An icy cold combination of strawberries and milk is blended with ice and topped with an indulgent swirl of whipped cream. Prices from £3.55.

Photo credit: Starbucks
Photo credit: Starbucks
  • Lemon Iced Tea (new): Thirst quenching lemonade is mixed with freshly brewed green tea and zingy citrus syrup, all served cold over ice to refresh your day. Prices from £2.85.

Photo credit: Starbucks
Photo credit: Starbucks
  • Peach Iced Tea (new): The perfect peach pick-me-up, this fruity and reviving iced tea is made with a combination of peach syrup and freshly brewed green tea, served crisp and cold over ice. Prices from £2.85.

  • Hibiscus Iced Tea (staying on for summer): Fresh and floral, Starbucks' crisp Hibiscus Iced Tea is sure to hydrate you this summer. Freshly brewed green tea, hibiscus syrup and cool lemonade is served cold over ice. Prices from £2.40.

Photo credit: Starbucks
Photo credit: Starbucks

Starbucks summer menu: new food

  • Beef Steak Roll (new): A crusty artisan roll filled with succulent beef, smooth mayo, spiced BBQ sauce, pink pickled onions and spinach. Prices from £4.29.

  • Chicken Ham and Bacon Club (new): A smaller sandwich made with satisfyingly soft malted bread and filled with chicken, ham, bacon, slices of sweet tomato, crisp lettuce and a mild cheddar cheese. Prices from £1.79.

Photo credit: Starbucks
Photo credit: Starbucks
  • Chicken & Avo Crush Protein Pot (new): Chicken breast is layered with sweet, shredded beetroot, grains, creamy crushed avocado, crisp spinach leaves and is topped with a free-range egg. Prices from £3.15.

  • Rainbow Veg Protein Pot (new): Layers of colourful, crunchy carrot, edamame beans and corn crush paired with a punchy black bean relish and spinach. Starbucks' sustainability commitment to expand plant-based choices means there are plenty of vegan choices on the menu for customers to try. Prices from £3.05.

  • Iced Raspberry Swirl (new): Starbucks' classic swirl with a fruity summer twist. Soft dough with a sharp raspberry swirl, topped with sticky icing and toasted almonds for a nutty crunch. Prices from £2.29.

  • Strawberry & Cream Cake (new): An almond and cream sponge filled with sweet strawberry jam is topped with a dollop of soft icing and tangy freeze-dried strawberry sprinkles. Prices from £1.85.

Photo credit: Starbucks
Photo credit: Starbucks
  • Strawberry & White Chocolate Shortbread (new): Buttery shortbread with white chocolate chunks, strawberry flavoured pieces and a touch of black pepper. Prices from £1.79.

  • Raspberry Blondie (new): A fudge blondie slice made with sharp raspberry jam and chunks of sweet white chocolate through the middle. Prices from £1.85.

  • Trio of Favourites sharing pack (new): Your three favourites: Raspberry & White Chocolate Blondie, Cookies & Cream Brownie, Chocolate & Caramel Brownie, all sitting in a convenient sharing pack. The only question left is to share, or not to share! Prices from £3.69.

Photo credit: Starbucks
Photo credit: Starbucks
  • Plant-based Coconut & Lime Cake (new): A moist coconut loaf cake filled with sharp lime curd and topped with a lime frosting, toasted coconut flakes and lime zest. Prices from £2.09.

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