By Heidi Peiper / Starbucks Newsroom
Long summer days are the perfect time to relax and recharge with a glass of cold coffee. Starbucks makes it easy to enjoy premium cold coffee at home and on the go, with three refreshing coffee beverages available in the grocery aisle.
Now in grocery: Starbucks Cold Brew Pitcher Packs
Craving cold coffee at home but don’t know how to brew it? Starbucks® Cold Brew Pitcher Packs make creating the cold brew you love Starbucks simple. Just add two packs to a pitcher of water and slow-steep in the refrigerator for 24 hours, then it’s ready to serve for up to seven days. Made from medium-roast blend African and Colombia Nariño coffee beans, this coffee is balanced, smooth and rich with subtly sweet chocolaty notes. The Cold Brew Pitcher Packs are available now at grocery stores nationwide for a limited time, in select Starbucks stores in the United States and Canada, and online.
See how to make Starbucks Cold Brew at home with this video from 1912 Pike.
Bottled Starbucks Cold Brew
No time to brew or stop at a Starbucks store? Stock a few bottles of ready-to-drink Starbucks Cold Brew in your fridge for the delicious taste of cold-steeped cold brew anytime. It’s available in two flavors: Starbucks Cold Brew Black Unsweetened, sold in select grocery stores and Starbucks stores nationwide, and Starbucks Cold Brew Cocoa & Honey with Cream, which is available at grocery stores on the West Coast, Mountain, Northeast, Southeast and Great Lakes regions.
Iced coffee for a crowd
Pick up a multi-serve bottle of Starbucks® Iced Coffee for your next gathering. Drink it black and unsweetened or customized with a splash of milk, a favorite sweetener or a little ice. It’s available across the roast spectrum with new Starbucks® Blonde Espresso Roast, for those who prefer a light and mellow flavor, Medium Roast and the new Dark Roast for a bold and robust coffee experience. It’s available in a 48-ounce bottle in the chilled section of grocery stores nationwide.
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