13 March, 2017
These limited-edition brightly-colored cups will signal the arrival of the warmer months, and perhaps a foray into "iced coffee season".
This is the first time Starbucks have ever pulled away from their white and green cups besides from their red cups for the festive season. If you'd like to Sharpie in your own design (or distract from the fact your name got spelled wrong yet again), each cup also comes with a blank white drawing space.
The pastel-colored cups, which come in blue, yellow and green, arrive at participating stores on March 16 in the United States and Canada for a limited time.
The cups will be available for just a few days.
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Sadly, the coffee containers won't be around for very long as they are debuting on March 16 and going away a few days later.
Cheer up! Spring is on its way.
The Starbucks seasonal cups coming next week will have different colors for each drink size. Their first seasonally inspired cups arrived over 20 years ago making the colorful cups a bit of a tradition. In the past, it has offered cups for the fall and summer, but never for the spring.
They might be just the thing to get us past these winter doldrums.