2021 Starbucks Summer Highlights


Here you’ll find the latest summertime news and stories happening at Starbucks.

Sip into summer with new, colorful sparkling beverages available exclusively at Starbucks Reserve

Customers looking for a refreshing beverage during the peak summer months can enjoy a selection of new Sparkling Spritz beverages, inspired by Italian sodas and crafted with fresh seasonal fruit, sparkling water and ice.

Starbucks Welcomes Back Personal Reusable Cups and Highlights Summer Beverages

There are plenty of ways customers can have their most colorful summer yet with their favorite reusable cup in hand, including Starbucks vibrant seasonal beverage menu items, and a new deal available exclusively on Uber Eats.

Pick of the Season: Starbucks strawberry beverages around the world

Starbucks strawberry beverages have been a refreshing customer favorite ever since the original Strawberry Crème Frappuccino® blended beverage joined the menu in 2002, and we’ll show you how their delicious flavor has been creatively showcased in Starbucks beverages around the world ever since. 

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Celebrate National Iced Tea Month with Starbucks

Here are tips for customizing your favorite iced tea beverage during National Iced Tea Month this June and all summer long.

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The story behind Starbucks newest summertime Frappuccino

Inspired by carefree summer moments, the new Strawberry Funnel Cake Frappuccino is available at Starbucks stores in the United States and Canada.

Starbucks lineup of summer food and drinks is available now

Full of colorful beverages and tasty food, the Summer menu arrives at Starbucks stores in the United States and Canada on Tuesday, May 11.

5 ways to lighten up your Starbucks Frappuccino

Here are tips for lightening up your favorite blended beverage – just ask your barista or customize your drink on the Starbucks® app.

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