August 24, 2016 Coffee & Company

Grab these 5 Starbucks Ready-to-Drink Beverages for a Labor Day Road Trip

Have coffee, will travel. Here are a few Starbucks ready-to-drink beverages that are perfect for one last road trip as the summer of 2016 winds down.

Starbucks Bottled Cold Brew Coffee

An unsweetened coffee with a smooth taste and subtle chocolate notes. It’s made from the same Starbucks® Nariño 70 Cold Brew Blend our baristas use to handcraft cold brew iced coffee at Starbucks stores nationwide. Starbucks® Cold Brew Blend is a premium blend of Latin American and African coffee beans, created specially to be brewed cold.

 

Starbucks Black Iced Coffee

Crafted with premium Starbucks® coffee from 100 percent arabica beans to create a perfectly balanced medium roast with a refreshing flavor. Available sweetened and unsweetened.

 

Starbucks Bottled White Chocolate Mocha Frappuccino Coffee Drink

Combines sweet, rich and creamy white chocolate flavors with cold milk, Starbucks® coffee and a hint of mocha for a fun twist on a classic.

 

Starbucks Doubleshot Energy Coffee

Made with bold Starbucks® coffee and a spicy kick in two new flavors: Spiced Vanilla and Mexican Mocha.

 

Starbucks Refreshers Revitalizing Energy with Coconut Water

For the first time, customers can enjoy coconut water in the new Starbucks Refreshers® Revitalizing Energy with Coconut Water. This drink combines sparkling fruit juices with cool coconut water for an afternoon pick-me-up. A feel-good blend has just the right amount of nature’s caffeine from green coffee extract. Available in Black Cherry Limeade & Peach Passion Fruit.


About the North America Coffee Partnership

Starbucks and PepsiCo started the North America Coffee Partnership more than 20 years ago with the launch of 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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