The cheer starts here! Those first sips of the season are arriving at Starbucks stores in Canada starting November 3 with Starbucks holiday beverages including Peppermint Mocha, Caramel Brûlé Latte Chestnut Praline Latte and sugar Cookie Oat Latte, all available hot, iced and as a Frappuccino blended beverage. Starbucks Irish Cream duo returns for another season with cold favourite, Irish Cream Cold Brew, and exclusive to Canada, Irish Cream Americano.
Inside this year’s designs
This year, four new Starbucks holiday cup designs offer the comforts and cheer of the season, each wrapped up like a gift.
“We have always talked about the cups as gifts, and we hope they feel like a holiday present to our customers,” said Gary Jacobson, Starbucks creative director for this year’s holiday campaign.
To bring that sentiment to life on the cups, designers created a collection of holiday motifs – like sparkles, ornaments and snowflakes – to add a sense of seasonal joy. Ribbon and tape elements bring another gift-giving element, along with gift tags on the back of each cup – perfect for a personalized note. The colour palette features classic seasonal colours with the added flair of mint green. The result is a warm and welcoming vibe during a season that brings people together.
“We are really focused on creating a joyful experience throughout the entire Starbucks experience – whether a customer is visiting at our drive-thru or in our café,” said Jacobson. “Whatever we can touch, we wanted to make sure that we make someone’s day a little bit brighter in a holiday way.”
Wavy ribbons and shimmering sparkles give this red and green cup a magical vibe, all wrapped up like the perfect gift.
Retro starbursts and diamond shapes adorn on this frosty mint green cup for a merry moment of holiday joy.
Designers started with the iconic white Starbucks cup and wrapped it in a delicate micro-pattern of colourful holiday motifs like festive ornaments.
This bold red cup features white evergreen trees in a graphic pattern, sure to warm the hands and the heart on a cold winter’s day.