Starbucks is one of those companies that likes to gift its consumers with special products during the holidays. Unfortunately, the special drinks offered during the festive season have an expiration date. So, when do Starbucks holiday drinks end?
The holiday drinks offered by Starbucks typically begin to disappear from the menu around the second week of January when the holiday comes to its end. Consumers highly anticipate the Starbucks holiday drinks every year. These special drinks usually start to be seen around the first week of November as we enter the peak of the holiday. I am always thrilled by the holidays because I get to enjoy and explore so many drinks that I might not get during the year. To find out more about the Starbucks holiday drinks, continue reading.
What are Starbucks holiday drinks?
The most recognized Starbucks holiday drink is the Peppermint Mocha which first appeared during the 2002 holiday season. The other recognized Starbucks holiday drinks are; the Chestnut Praline Latte, the Irish Cream cold brew, the Sugar Cookie Almond milk Latte, the Toasted White Chocolate Mocha and the Caramel Brulee Latte.
What is the best time to get holiday drinks at Starbucks?
The perfect time to get a Starbucks holiday drink is during the festive season when they release the special drinks. Around the first week of November, you should start seeing these drinks on the Starbucks menu. You can enjoy the holiday drinks throughout the holiday season until around the second week of January. Although, there are some holiday drinks that one might get all year round at Starbucks.
How many holiday drinks are at Starbucks?
There are 27 Starbucks holiday beverages around the world. The Peppermint Mocha is the most popular of all the Starbucks holiday beverages, available globally during the festive season. Latin America and the Caribbean enjoy Starbucks holiday drinks like Merry Strawberry, Hazelnut Caramel, Toffee Nut Latte, Cranberry Mocha Blanco, Red Velvet and the Holiday Cinnamon.
South Korea indulges in the Cookie Latte, Golden Wish Latte, Snow Mint Chocolate and the Pink Chamomile Relaxer during the holidays.
In the US and Canada the Starbucks holiday drinks are; Caramel Brulee Latte, Toasted White Chocolate Mocha, Iced Sugar Cookie Almond milk Latte, Chestnut Praline Latte and the Irish Cream Cold Brew.
Europe, the Middle East and Africa enjoy Starbucks holiday drinks like the Fudge Brownie Hot Chocolate, Toffee Nut Latte, Gingerbread Latte, Caramel Waffle Latte, Eggnog Latte, Chocolatey Gingerbread Latte and the White Chocolate Chestnut Latte.
The Starbucks holiday drinks offered in Japan are the Caramel Almond milk, Gingerbread Latte, Toasted White Chocolate Mocha and the Crème Brulee Latte.
Finally, in the Asia Pacific, the holiday drinks from Starbucks are; Toffee Nut Crunch Latte and Cold Brew, Gingerbread Latte and the Confetti Cookie Latte.
When do Starbucks’ Christmas drinks stop?
Starbucks’ Christmas drinks stop around the second week of January. The popular Starbucks Christmas drinks like the Peppermint Mocha, Chestnut Praline Latte, Irish Cream Cold brew, Caramel Brulee Latte and the Sugar Cookie Almond milk Latte are available at the beginning of the holiday season which is usually around the last week of November and they stop when the holiday season comes to a close which is around the second week of January.
Can you buy a Starbucks holiday drink after the holidays?
Yes. There are some drinks that even though they are holiday-themed, you can get them all year round because the ingredients used to make these drinks are available throughout the year. Some of the Starbucks holiday drinks available throughout the year are; the Candy Cane Frappuccino, Christmas in a cup Latte, Christmas Cookie Frappuccino, Turtles Frappuccino, Christmas Taste Frappuccino, Snowball Frappuccino, White Christmas Frappuccino, Snow Cream Frappuccino, the year-round Eggnog Latte and the Roasted Chestnut Macchiato.