Spring is just around the corner (finally) and along with the warm weather, Starbucks has given us a second reason to celebrate. Starbucks Canada is set to drop their new Spring menu tomorrow, March 2, and we cannot wait to try the new items. They have even crafted up 2 new vegan-friendly drinks in an effort to “help coffee lovers embrace their day and introduce more plant-based choices into their diet.”. Check out the delicious new coffees and treats below.
New Spring Menu Drink Features:
Brown Sugar Oat Americano
This low-cal dairy free drink is exclusive to Canada and features Starbucks Blonde® Espresso, brown sugar syrup and water, and is topped with steamed oat beverage and cinnamon.
Iced Brown Sugar Oat Shaken Espresso
Starbucks Blonde® espresso, brown sugar and cinnamon is shaken together with ice, and topped off with oat beverage to create this tasty and refreshing, vegan-friendly morning pick-me-up.
Iced Shaken Espresso
This iced coffee drink will be perfect for the warm weather we are certain Spring is going to bring. Made with rich, full-bodied espresso that’s been chilled with a touch of 2 percent milk and just enough sweetness.
New Starbucks Food Menu Items for Spring:
Artisan Charcuterie Snack Box
Who doesn’t want an afternoon charcutes’ (as our Editorial Director likes to call them). This perfectly filling charcuterie snack is comprised of cacciatore salami, fontinello cheese and breadsticks. Get your protein with this meal-on-the-go!
Lemon Cake Pop
This sunny seasonal treat is a lemon-flavoured version of the popular cake pops. A yellow white chocolate coating with sweet and sour sprinkles finish off this beautiful masterpiece.
Confetti Sugar Cookie
Thankfully for us cookie fanatics, the popular Confetti Sugar Cookie has made its return to the Starbucks menu. The soft and fluffy cookie is half dipped in white chocolate and colourful sprinkles for a treat that never fails to hit the spot.
While indoor seating is still unavailable in many Starbucks locations, all menu items are available for pick-up or delivery through the company’s app or UberEats.