June 15, 2016 Coffee & Beverages

Bottled Starbucks Cold Brew Coffee Coming this Summer

 On 8/16/2016 the name Starbucks Cold Brew changed to Starbucks Nariño 70 Cold Brew.  


Starbucks is launching new bottled Starbucks Cold Brew coffee in grocery and convenience stores, offering customers another way to enjoy the smooth taste of Cold Brew on the go.

The ready-to-drink beverage will ship starting today (June 15) and will be available in select Starbucks U.S. retail stores and grocery stores in Seattle and Portland next month.

Bottled Starbucks® Cold Brew Coffee is an unsweetened coffee with a smooth taste and subtle chocolate notes. It's made from the same Starbucks® Cold Brew Blend slow-steeped in Starbucks stores for Starbucks® Nitro Cold Brew and Vanilla Sweet Cream Cold Brew. 

Other New Starbucks Ready-to-Drink Beverages for Summer 2016

Bottled Starbucks® Cold Brew

Starbucks® Black Iced Coffee (available sweetened and unsweetened)

Bottled White Chocolate Mocha Frappuccino® Chilled Coffee Drink

Starbucks Doubleshot® Energy Coffee (available in Spiced Vanilla and Mexican Mocha)

Starbucks Refreshers® Revitalizing Energy with Coconut Water (available in Black Cherry Limeade & Peach Passion Fruit)

Starbucks® Iced Espresso Classics Salted Caramel Mocha (available for a limited time in a multi-serve bottle)

North America Coffee Partnership

More than 20 years ago, Starbucks and PepsiCo started the North America Coffee Partnership and launched Starbucks® Bottled Frappuccino® chilled coffee drink. What started out as a nascent category has grown to be more than 40 ready-to-drink Starbucks beverages and more than $1.5 billion in retail business.


 

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