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You Can Order Butterbeer Again Now That Starbucks Has Returned with Red Cups

You Can Order Butterbeer Again Now That Starbucks Has Returned with Red Cups


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It’s all about toffee nut syrup, which Starbucks brings back for holiday beverages

Starbucks reintroduced their holiday red cups on November 1.

UPDATE, Nov. 2 at 4:07 p.m.: A spokesperson confirmed with The Daily Meal that there will be a Holiday Spice Flat White, which will be available on November 30. "This new beverage features two Christmas Blend Espresso Roast ristretto shots and a blend of mulling spices (ground sugar, cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, clove and a hint of tangerine sugar)," the spokesperson told us.

Each year, Starbucks switches their white cups out for red cups in celebration of the holiday season. On November 1, Starbucks brought back the red cups and seasonal beverages, including the Chestnut Praline Latte, Eggnog Latte, Gingerbread Latte, Caramel Brûlée Latte, and Peppermint Mocha. The return of holiday drinks also means that customers can now reorder a secret menu item — butterbeer.

Butterbeer, a popular drink from the Harry Potter books and movies, is available at The Wizarding World of Harry Potter at Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida. It is also part of Starbucks’ secret menu. The catch is that it requires toffee nut syrup, which is only available during the holiday season.

To make a butterbeer latte, ask for steamed milk with two to four pumps each of caramel, toffee nut, and cinnamon dolce syrup, whipped cream, and salted caramel. A shot of espresso is optional. For a butterbeer Frappuccino, order a creme base with three pumps each of caramel and toffee nut syrup. It is recommended to use whole milk for the drinks because it will taste different with skim, soy, or coconut milk.

Starbucks may also be stirring up a new holiday drink this year. We have reached out to Starbucks for confirmation and will update the story when we hear back.


The Real Starbucks Holiday Cups Are Red, So Everyone Can Just Relax

Starbucks found itself in hot water last week after releasing new green “unity” cups instead of their traditional red holiday cups. Some Starbucks fans decried the unity cups as yet another assault in the war on Christmas, while others saw the cups as an act of liberal political brainwashing.

Well, everyone can just take a chill pill, because Starbucks has unveiled its real holiday cups. And they are red as the day is long.

This year, Starbucks selected 13 cup designs by customers from six countries. The inspiration to crowdsource the collection came last December, after more than a thousand customers shared their red cup designs on Instagram.

“We were surprised and inspired by the amount of incredible art submitted by our customers. The designs were beautiful, expressive and engaging,” said Dena Blevins, Starbucks Global Creative Studio’s creative director. “We quickly realized there was potential to use the customer-created art for our holiday cups.”

Christmas lovers will be pleased to note that Starbucks’ red cups are covered in holiday designs, unlike the minimalist red cups that drew so much ire from fans last year. The cups feature an array of patterns, from holiday lights to Christmas ornaments to poinsettia flowers.

The chosen customer designs will appear on holiday cups in 25,000 Starbucks locations across 75 countries. Check out this slideshow to see the 13 new designs.

Starbucks is celebrating the return of red cup season with a “buy one, share one” deal. If you buy a holiday drink between 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. from November 10 to November 14, you’ll receive a free one to share.

While we love a good red cup, we have to admit: After a grueling week, those unity cups aren’t sounding so bad right about now.


The Real Starbucks Holiday Cups Are Red, So Everyone Can Just Relax

Starbucks found itself in hot water last week after releasing new green “unity” cups instead of their traditional red holiday cups. Some Starbucks fans decried the unity cups as yet another assault in the war on Christmas, while others saw the cups as an act of liberal political brainwashing.

Well, everyone can just take a chill pill, because Starbucks has unveiled its real holiday cups. And they are red as the day is long.

This year, Starbucks selected 13 cup designs by customers from six countries. The inspiration to crowdsource the collection came last December, after more than a thousand customers shared their red cup designs on Instagram.

“We were surprised and inspired by the amount of incredible art submitted by our customers. The designs were beautiful, expressive and engaging,” said Dena Blevins, Starbucks Global Creative Studio’s creative director. “We quickly realized there was potential to use the customer-created art for our holiday cups.”

Christmas lovers will be pleased to note that Starbucks’ red cups are covered in holiday designs, unlike the minimalist red cups that drew so much ire from fans last year. The cups feature an array of patterns, from holiday lights to Christmas ornaments to poinsettia flowers.

The chosen customer designs will appear on holiday cups in 25,000 Starbucks locations across 75 countries. Check out this slideshow to see the 13 new designs.

Starbucks is celebrating the return of red cup season with a “buy one, share one” deal. If you buy a holiday drink between 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. from November 10 to November 14, you’ll receive a free one to share.

While we love a good red cup, we have to admit: After a grueling week, those unity cups aren’t sounding so bad right about now.


The Real Starbucks Holiday Cups Are Red, So Everyone Can Just Relax

Starbucks found itself in hot water last week after releasing new green “unity” cups instead of their traditional red holiday cups. Some Starbucks fans decried the unity cups as yet another assault in the war on Christmas, while others saw the cups as an act of liberal political brainwashing.

Well, everyone can just take a chill pill, because Starbucks has unveiled its real holiday cups. And they are red as the day is long.

This year, Starbucks selected 13 cup designs by customers from six countries. The inspiration to crowdsource the collection came last December, after more than a thousand customers shared their red cup designs on Instagram.

“We were surprised and inspired by the amount of incredible art submitted by our customers. The designs were beautiful, expressive and engaging,” said Dena Blevins, Starbucks Global Creative Studio’s creative director. “We quickly realized there was potential to use the customer-created art for our holiday cups.”

Christmas lovers will be pleased to note that Starbucks’ red cups are covered in holiday designs, unlike the minimalist red cups that drew so much ire from fans last year. The cups feature an array of patterns, from holiday lights to Christmas ornaments to poinsettia flowers.

The chosen customer designs will appear on holiday cups in 25,000 Starbucks locations across 75 countries. Check out this slideshow to see the 13 new designs.

Starbucks is celebrating the return of red cup season with a “buy one, share one” deal. If you buy a holiday drink between 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. from November 10 to November 14, you’ll receive a free one to share.

While we love a good red cup, we have to admit: After a grueling week, those unity cups aren’t sounding so bad right about now.


The Real Starbucks Holiday Cups Are Red, So Everyone Can Just Relax

Starbucks found itself in hot water last week after releasing new green “unity” cups instead of their traditional red holiday cups. Some Starbucks fans decried the unity cups as yet another assault in the war on Christmas, while others saw the cups as an act of liberal political brainwashing.

Well, everyone can just take a chill pill, because Starbucks has unveiled its real holiday cups. And they are red as the day is long.

This year, Starbucks selected 13 cup designs by customers from six countries. The inspiration to crowdsource the collection came last December, after more than a thousand customers shared their red cup designs on Instagram.

“We were surprised and inspired by the amount of incredible art submitted by our customers. The designs were beautiful, expressive and engaging,” said Dena Blevins, Starbucks Global Creative Studio’s creative director. “We quickly realized there was potential to use the customer-created art for our holiday cups.”

Christmas lovers will be pleased to note that Starbucks’ red cups are covered in holiday designs, unlike the minimalist red cups that drew so much ire from fans last year. The cups feature an array of patterns, from holiday lights to Christmas ornaments to poinsettia flowers.

The chosen customer designs will appear on holiday cups in 25,000 Starbucks locations across 75 countries. Check out this slideshow to see the 13 new designs.

Starbucks is celebrating the return of red cup season with a “buy one, share one” deal. If you buy a holiday drink between 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. from November 10 to November 14, you’ll receive a free one to share.

While we love a good red cup, we have to admit: After a grueling week, those unity cups aren’t sounding so bad right about now.


The Real Starbucks Holiday Cups Are Red, So Everyone Can Just Relax

Starbucks found itself in hot water last week after releasing new green “unity” cups instead of their traditional red holiday cups. Some Starbucks fans decried the unity cups as yet another assault in the war on Christmas, while others saw the cups as an act of liberal political brainwashing.

Well, everyone can just take a chill pill, because Starbucks has unveiled its real holiday cups. And they are red as the day is long.

This year, Starbucks selected 13 cup designs by customers from six countries. The inspiration to crowdsource the collection came last December, after more than a thousand customers shared their red cup designs on Instagram.

“We were surprised and inspired by the amount of incredible art submitted by our customers. The designs were beautiful, expressive and engaging,” said Dena Blevins, Starbucks Global Creative Studio’s creative director. “We quickly realized there was potential to use the customer-created art for our holiday cups.”

Christmas lovers will be pleased to note that Starbucks’ red cups are covered in holiday designs, unlike the minimalist red cups that drew so much ire from fans last year. The cups feature an array of patterns, from holiday lights to Christmas ornaments to poinsettia flowers.

The chosen customer designs will appear on holiday cups in 25,000 Starbucks locations across 75 countries. Check out this slideshow to see the 13 new designs.

Starbucks is celebrating the return of red cup season with a “buy one, share one” deal. If you buy a holiday drink between 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. from November 10 to November 14, you’ll receive a free one to share.

While we love a good red cup, we have to admit: After a grueling week, those unity cups aren’t sounding so bad right about now.


The Real Starbucks Holiday Cups Are Red, So Everyone Can Just Relax

Starbucks found itself in hot water last week after releasing new green “unity” cups instead of their traditional red holiday cups. Some Starbucks fans decried the unity cups as yet another assault in the war on Christmas, while others saw the cups as an act of liberal political brainwashing.

Well, everyone can just take a chill pill, because Starbucks has unveiled its real holiday cups. And they are red as the day is long.

This year, Starbucks selected 13 cup designs by customers from six countries. The inspiration to crowdsource the collection came last December, after more than a thousand customers shared their red cup designs on Instagram.

“We were surprised and inspired by the amount of incredible art submitted by our customers. The designs were beautiful, expressive and engaging,” said Dena Blevins, Starbucks Global Creative Studio’s creative director. “We quickly realized there was potential to use the customer-created art for our holiday cups.”

Christmas lovers will be pleased to note that Starbucks’ red cups are covered in holiday designs, unlike the minimalist red cups that drew so much ire from fans last year. The cups feature an array of patterns, from holiday lights to Christmas ornaments to poinsettia flowers.

The chosen customer designs will appear on holiday cups in 25,000 Starbucks locations across 75 countries. Check out this slideshow to see the 13 new designs.

Starbucks is celebrating the return of red cup season with a “buy one, share one” deal. If you buy a holiday drink between 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. from November 10 to November 14, you’ll receive a free one to share.

While we love a good red cup, we have to admit: After a grueling week, those unity cups aren’t sounding so bad right about now.


The Real Starbucks Holiday Cups Are Red, So Everyone Can Just Relax

Starbucks found itself in hot water last week after releasing new green “unity” cups instead of their traditional red holiday cups. Some Starbucks fans decried the unity cups as yet another assault in the war on Christmas, while others saw the cups as an act of liberal political brainwashing.

Well, everyone can just take a chill pill, because Starbucks has unveiled its real holiday cups. And they are red as the day is long.

This year, Starbucks selected 13 cup designs by customers from six countries. The inspiration to crowdsource the collection came last December, after more than a thousand customers shared their red cup designs on Instagram.

“We were surprised and inspired by the amount of incredible art submitted by our customers. The designs were beautiful, expressive and engaging,” said Dena Blevins, Starbucks Global Creative Studio’s creative director. “We quickly realized there was potential to use the customer-created art for our holiday cups.”

Christmas lovers will be pleased to note that Starbucks’ red cups are covered in holiday designs, unlike the minimalist red cups that drew so much ire from fans last year. The cups feature an array of patterns, from holiday lights to Christmas ornaments to poinsettia flowers.

The chosen customer designs will appear on holiday cups in 25,000 Starbucks locations across 75 countries. Check out this slideshow to see the 13 new designs.

Starbucks is celebrating the return of red cup season with a “buy one, share one” deal. If you buy a holiday drink between 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. from November 10 to November 14, you’ll receive a free one to share.

While we love a good red cup, we have to admit: After a grueling week, those unity cups aren’t sounding so bad right about now.


The Real Starbucks Holiday Cups Are Red, So Everyone Can Just Relax

Starbucks found itself in hot water last week after releasing new green “unity” cups instead of their traditional red holiday cups. Some Starbucks fans decried the unity cups as yet another assault in the war on Christmas, while others saw the cups as an act of liberal political brainwashing.

Well, everyone can just take a chill pill, because Starbucks has unveiled its real holiday cups. And they are red as the day is long.

This year, Starbucks selected 13 cup designs by customers from six countries. The inspiration to crowdsource the collection came last December, after more than a thousand customers shared their red cup designs on Instagram.

“We were surprised and inspired by the amount of incredible art submitted by our customers. The designs were beautiful, expressive and engaging,” said Dena Blevins, Starbucks Global Creative Studio’s creative director. “We quickly realized there was potential to use the customer-created art for our holiday cups.”

Christmas lovers will be pleased to note that Starbucks’ red cups are covered in holiday designs, unlike the minimalist red cups that drew so much ire from fans last year. The cups feature an array of patterns, from holiday lights to Christmas ornaments to poinsettia flowers.

The chosen customer designs will appear on holiday cups in 25,000 Starbucks locations across 75 countries. Check out this slideshow to see the 13 new designs.

Starbucks is celebrating the return of red cup season with a “buy one, share one” deal. If you buy a holiday drink between 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. from November 10 to November 14, you’ll receive a free one to share.

While we love a good red cup, we have to admit: After a grueling week, those unity cups aren’t sounding so bad right about now.


The Real Starbucks Holiday Cups Are Red, So Everyone Can Just Relax

Starbucks found itself in hot water last week after releasing new green “unity” cups instead of their traditional red holiday cups. Some Starbucks fans decried the unity cups as yet another assault in the war on Christmas, while others saw the cups as an act of liberal political brainwashing.

Well, everyone can just take a chill pill, because Starbucks has unveiled its real holiday cups. And they are red as the day is long.

This year, Starbucks selected 13 cup designs by customers from six countries. The inspiration to crowdsource the collection came last December, after more than a thousand customers shared their red cup designs on Instagram.

“We were surprised and inspired by the amount of incredible art submitted by our customers. The designs were beautiful, expressive and engaging,” said Dena Blevins, Starbucks Global Creative Studio’s creative director. “We quickly realized there was potential to use the customer-created art for our holiday cups.”

Christmas lovers will be pleased to note that Starbucks’ red cups are covered in holiday designs, unlike the minimalist red cups that drew so much ire from fans last year. The cups feature an array of patterns, from holiday lights to Christmas ornaments to poinsettia flowers.

The chosen customer designs will appear on holiday cups in 25,000 Starbucks locations across 75 countries. Check out this slideshow to see the 13 new designs.

Starbucks is celebrating the return of red cup season with a “buy one, share one” deal. If you buy a holiday drink between 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. from November 10 to November 14, you’ll receive a free one to share.

While we love a good red cup, we have to admit: After a grueling week, those unity cups aren’t sounding so bad right about now.


The Real Starbucks Holiday Cups Are Red, So Everyone Can Just Relax

Starbucks found itself in hot water last week after releasing new green “unity” cups instead of their traditional red holiday cups. Some Starbucks fans decried the unity cups as yet another assault in the war on Christmas, while others saw the cups as an act of liberal political brainwashing.

Well, everyone can just take a chill pill, because Starbucks has unveiled its real holiday cups. And they are red as the day is long.

This year, Starbucks selected 13 cup designs by customers from six countries. The inspiration to crowdsource the collection came last December, after more than a thousand customers shared their red cup designs on Instagram.

“We were surprised and inspired by the amount of incredible art submitted by our customers. The designs were beautiful, expressive and engaging,” said Dena Blevins, Starbucks Global Creative Studio’s creative director. “We quickly realized there was potential to use the customer-created art for our holiday cups.”

Christmas lovers will be pleased to note that Starbucks’ red cups are covered in holiday designs, unlike the minimalist red cups that drew so much ire from fans last year. The cups feature an array of patterns, from holiday lights to Christmas ornaments to poinsettia flowers.

The chosen customer designs will appear on holiday cups in 25,000 Starbucks locations across 75 countries. Check out this slideshow to see the 13 new designs.

Starbucks is celebrating the return of red cup season with a “buy one, share one” deal. If you buy a holiday drink between 2 p.m. and 5 p.m. from November 10 to November 14, you’ll receive a free one to share.

While we love a good red cup, we have to admit: After a grueling week, those unity cups aren’t sounding so bad right about now.


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