Starbucks Is Turning 4 Fan-Favorite Drinks Into Mouthwatering Coffee Creamers
Soon, you can add a taste of your favorite Starbucks drink to your coffee at home—yes, including the Pumpkin Spice Latte—no waiting necessary.
Starbucks fans, soon you’ll be able to skip the drive-thru and give a homemade cup of Joe the coffee shop treatment. The company is releasing four brand new coffee creamers to bring a taste of your favorite Frappuccinos and Macchiatos to your kitchen. All of the new creamers should hit stores before the much-anticipated return of the Pumpkin Spice Latte, so you’ll have something other than the Tie-Dye Frappuccino to tide you over until then (and a Pumpkin Spice Latte creamer is coming if you just can't wait for fall).
Each flavor is inspired by a fan-favorite Starbucks drink: White Chocolate Mocha, Caramel Macchiato, Cinnamon Dolce, and, of course, Pumpkin Spice Latte. The new creamers are part of a partnership with Nestlé and mark the first time that Starbucks has ventured into coffee creamer territory. While we don’t know an exact date that they'll be on shelves, Starbucks announced that all four flavors will be available in grocery stores nationwide this August—just head to the refrigerated aisle.
For pumpkin spice fans everywhere, the arrival of Pumpkin Spice Latte coffee creamer (made by Starbucks itself, no less) is exciting news. And while it may still technically be summer, adding notes of pumpkin, cinnamon, and nutmeg to our morning coffee sounds delicious. Plus, you can enjoy the creamer before the actual PSL arrives in Starbucks stores, and you'll be able to miss some of the pumpkin spice-craziness by making your own pumpkin-spiced coffee at home.
It looks like a bottle of the creamer will cost you about as much as a venti Frappuccino—according to Starbucks, one 28-oz. bottle should retail for about $4.99. Considering how many cups of coffee you can add a splash of the creamer to, it sounds well worth it to be able to make your own Starbucks-inspired drinks at home. Keep your eyes peeled, because all four creamers are supposed to be on sale in August. Until we get our hands on some, we’re happy to hang on to summer a bit longer with some of Starbucks’ iced drinks and their gorgeous color-changing cups.