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Starbucks Launches Its First New Drink of 2017: The Cascara Latte

Starbucks Launches Its First New Drink of 2017: The Cascara Latte

The beverage will be available throughout the winter while supplies last

Coffee trees produce coffee cherries once a year.

Starbucks has recently released its first new beverage of the year, and it’s going back to the root of coffee with cascara, the outer layer of coffee cherries.

The Cascara Latte, which became available in stores Jan. 10, was inspired by the Starbucks Reserve® Roastery in Seattle, which dabbled with cascara and coffee during its Barista Innovation Challenge in September, according to the company website.

“Cascara is Spanish for ‘husk,’ and we are taking the fruit of the coffee cherry to give our latte a subtle, lightly sweet flavor,” Erin Marinan from Starbucks Beverage Research and Development team, said in a statement.

The latte is made with espresso, steamed milk, and cascara syrup. To top off the beverage, cascara extract and cane sugar are combined to create a signature straight line design that resembles the inside of a coffee cherry.

In addition to the new Cascara Latte, Starbucks brought back the Smoked Butterscotch Latte, which was initially released in 2016.


Missing your Starbucks coffee fix? Now you can enjoy your own at home as the coffee shop giant has just added three new plant milk-based beverages to its grab-and-go range.

Available to purchase now from Morrisons supermarket in the UK, Coconut Cocoa Cappuccino and Oat Vanilla Macchiato (£1.60) are joining Almond Iced Coffee in the company’s in-store range, according to The Grocer.

Vegan options

In a press conference in 2017, Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson revealed that Starbucks was planning to increase its profits by developing more plant-based options thanks so high demand for these options for customers.

The coffee shop chain has added a number of new vegan options to its menu in recent years, such as the festive vegan winter sandwich and a tempting raspberry and chocolate cake. In March, the chain updated its menu to include a new vegan Caramel Chococado Pot and a Vegan Spiced Protein Bowl.

The chain also hit headlines in Autumn 2018 when it began offering a vegan version of its iconic Pumpkin Spiced Latte for the first time since its launch in 2003.


Missing your Starbucks coffee fix? Now you can enjoy your own at home as the coffee shop giant has just added three new plant milk-based beverages to its grab-and-go range.

Available to purchase now from Morrisons supermarket in the UK, Coconut Cocoa Cappuccino and Oat Vanilla Macchiato (£1.60) are joining Almond Iced Coffee in the company’s in-store range, according to The Grocer.

Vegan options

In a press conference in 2017, Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson revealed that Starbucks was planning to increase its profits by developing more plant-based options thanks so high demand for these options for customers.

The coffee shop chain has added a number of new vegan options to its menu in recent years, such as the festive vegan winter sandwich and a tempting raspberry and chocolate cake. In March, the chain updated its menu to include a new vegan Caramel Chococado Pot and a Vegan Spiced Protein Bowl.

The chain also hit headlines in Autumn 2018 when it began offering a vegan version of its iconic Pumpkin Spiced Latte for the first time since its launch in 2003.


Missing your Starbucks coffee fix? Now you can enjoy your own at home as the coffee shop giant has just added three new plant milk-based beverages to its grab-and-go range.

Available to purchase now from Morrisons supermarket in the UK, Coconut Cocoa Cappuccino and Oat Vanilla Macchiato (£1.60) are joining Almond Iced Coffee in the company’s in-store range, according to The Grocer.

Vegan options

In a press conference in 2017, Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson revealed that Starbucks was planning to increase its profits by developing more plant-based options thanks so high demand for these options for customers.

The coffee shop chain has added a number of new vegan options to its menu in recent years, such as the festive vegan winter sandwich and a tempting raspberry and chocolate cake. In March, the chain updated its menu to include a new vegan Caramel Chococado Pot and a Vegan Spiced Protein Bowl.

The chain also hit headlines in Autumn 2018 when it began offering a vegan version of its iconic Pumpkin Spiced Latte for the first time since its launch in 2003.


Missing your Starbucks coffee fix? Now you can enjoy your own at home as the coffee shop giant has just added three new plant milk-based beverages to its grab-and-go range.

Available to purchase now from Morrisons supermarket in the UK, Coconut Cocoa Cappuccino and Oat Vanilla Macchiato (£1.60) are joining Almond Iced Coffee in the company’s in-store range, according to The Grocer.

Vegan options

In a press conference in 2017, Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson revealed that Starbucks was planning to increase its profits by developing more plant-based options thanks so high demand for these options for customers.

The coffee shop chain has added a number of new vegan options to its menu in recent years, such as the festive vegan winter sandwich and a tempting raspberry and chocolate cake. In March, the chain updated its menu to include a new vegan Caramel Chococado Pot and a Vegan Spiced Protein Bowl.

The chain also hit headlines in Autumn 2018 when it began offering a vegan version of its iconic Pumpkin Spiced Latte for the first time since its launch in 2003.


Missing your Starbucks coffee fix? Now you can enjoy your own at home as the coffee shop giant has just added three new plant milk-based beverages to its grab-and-go range.

Available to purchase now from Morrisons supermarket in the UK, Coconut Cocoa Cappuccino and Oat Vanilla Macchiato (£1.60) are joining Almond Iced Coffee in the company’s in-store range, according to The Grocer.

Vegan options

In a press conference in 2017, Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson revealed that Starbucks was planning to increase its profits by developing more plant-based options thanks so high demand for these options for customers.

The coffee shop chain has added a number of new vegan options to its menu in recent years, such as the festive vegan winter sandwich and a tempting raspberry and chocolate cake. In March, the chain updated its menu to include a new vegan Caramel Chococado Pot and a Vegan Spiced Protein Bowl.

The chain also hit headlines in Autumn 2018 when it began offering a vegan version of its iconic Pumpkin Spiced Latte for the first time since its launch in 2003.


Missing your Starbucks coffee fix? Now you can enjoy your own at home as the coffee shop giant has just added three new plant milk-based beverages to its grab-and-go range.

Available to purchase now from Morrisons supermarket in the UK, Coconut Cocoa Cappuccino and Oat Vanilla Macchiato (£1.60) are joining Almond Iced Coffee in the company’s in-store range, according to The Grocer.

Vegan options

In a press conference in 2017, Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson revealed that Starbucks was planning to increase its profits by developing more plant-based options thanks so high demand for these options for customers.

The coffee shop chain has added a number of new vegan options to its menu in recent years, such as the festive vegan winter sandwich and a tempting raspberry and chocolate cake. In March, the chain updated its menu to include a new vegan Caramel Chococado Pot and a Vegan Spiced Protein Bowl.

The chain also hit headlines in Autumn 2018 when it began offering a vegan version of its iconic Pumpkin Spiced Latte for the first time since its launch in 2003.


Missing your Starbucks coffee fix? Now you can enjoy your own at home as the coffee shop giant has just added three new plant milk-based beverages to its grab-and-go range.

Available to purchase now from Morrisons supermarket in the UK, Coconut Cocoa Cappuccino and Oat Vanilla Macchiato (£1.60) are joining Almond Iced Coffee in the company’s in-store range, according to The Grocer.

Vegan options

In a press conference in 2017, Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson revealed that Starbucks was planning to increase its profits by developing more plant-based options thanks so high demand for these options for customers.

The coffee shop chain has added a number of new vegan options to its menu in recent years, such as the festive vegan winter sandwich and a tempting raspberry and chocolate cake. In March, the chain updated its menu to include a new vegan Caramel Chococado Pot and a Vegan Spiced Protein Bowl.

The chain also hit headlines in Autumn 2018 when it began offering a vegan version of its iconic Pumpkin Spiced Latte for the first time since its launch in 2003.


Missing your Starbucks coffee fix? Now you can enjoy your own at home as the coffee shop giant has just added three new plant milk-based beverages to its grab-and-go range.

Available to purchase now from Morrisons supermarket in the UK, Coconut Cocoa Cappuccino and Oat Vanilla Macchiato (£1.60) are joining Almond Iced Coffee in the company’s in-store range, according to The Grocer.

Vegan options

In a press conference in 2017, Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson revealed that Starbucks was planning to increase its profits by developing more plant-based options thanks so high demand for these options for customers.

The coffee shop chain has added a number of new vegan options to its menu in recent years, such as the festive vegan winter sandwich and a tempting raspberry and chocolate cake. In March, the chain updated its menu to include a new vegan Caramel Chococado Pot and a Vegan Spiced Protein Bowl.

The chain also hit headlines in Autumn 2018 when it began offering a vegan version of its iconic Pumpkin Spiced Latte for the first time since its launch in 2003.


Missing your Starbucks coffee fix? Now you can enjoy your own at home as the coffee shop giant has just added three new plant milk-based beverages to its grab-and-go range.

Available to purchase now from Morrisons supermarket in the UK, Coconut Cocoa Cappuccino and Oat Vanilla Macchiato (£1.60) are joining Almond Iced Coffee in the company’s in-store range, according to The Grocer.

Vegan options

In a press conference in 2017, Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson revealed that Starbucks was planning to increase its profits by developing more plant-based options thanks so high demand for these options for customers.

The coffee shop chain has added a number of new vegan options to its menu in recent years, such as the festive vegan winter sandwich and a tempting raspberry and chocolate cake. In March, the chain updated its menu to include a new vegan Caramel Chococado Pot and a Vegan Spiced Protein Bowl.

The chain also hit headlines in Autumn 2018 when it began offering a vegan version of its iconic Pumpkin Spiced Latte for the first time since its launch in 2003.


Missing your Starbucks coffee fix? Now you can enjoy your own at home as the coffee shop giant has just added three new plant milk-based beverages to its grab-and-go range.

Available to purchase now from Morrisons supermarket in the UK, Coconut Cocoa Cappuccino and Oat Vanilla Macchiato (£1.60) are joining Almond Iced Coffee in the company’s in-store range, according to The Grocer.

Vegan options

In a press conference in 2017, Starbucks CEO Kevin Johnson revealed that Starbucks was planning to increase its profits by developing more plant-based options thanks so high demand for these options for customers.

The coffee shop chain has added a number of new vegan options to its menu in recent years, such as the festive vegan winter sandwich and a tempting raspberry and chocolate cake. In March, the chain updated its menu to include a new vegan Caramel Chococado Pot and a Vegan Spiced Protein Bowl.

The chain also hit headlines in Autumn 2018 when it began offering a vegan version of its iconic Pumpkin Spiced Latte for the first time since its launch in 2003.


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