Four delicious new beverages will be available on the Starbucks 2022 Christmas menu, including Praline Cookie Hot Chocolate and Toffee Nut Cream Cold Brew.
With less than 10 weeks to go until Christmas and the John Lewis Christmas advert finally here, UK coffee chains are getting in the holiday spirit by jazzing up their counters with some seriously festive items.
It's no secret that a cup of intense java or creamy hot chocolate is just the ticket as the temperatures drop - especially if it's predicted to snow this December. The Costa Christmas 2022 menu and the Pret 2022 Christmas menu have arrived on the high street now, with Starbucks following suit.
Last year, Starbucks launched two brand new drinks, Caramel Waffle Latte and the Fudge Brownie Hot Chocolate, in celebration of the annual holiday. It also brought back some of its signature Christmas drinks, including Toffee Nut, Gingerbread, and Eggnog Lattes.
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Now, the Starbucks 2022 Christmas menu is available to get your mitts on, all wrapped up in their iconic festively decorated cups. From a praline hot chocolate to a gingerbread frappuccino, it's beginning to taste a lot like Christmas at Starbs.
What is on the Starbucks 2022 Christmas menu?
- Praline Cookie Hot Chocolate
- Caramel Waffle Cookie Frappuccino
- Gingerbread Coffee Frappuccino
- Toffee Nut Cream Cold Brew
- Caramel Waffle Latte
- Gingerbread Latte
- Eggnog Latte
- Iced Toffee Nut Latte
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