Pantone May Have Inspired This Coffee Chain's Adorable New Line of Spring Cups

Celebrate the spring season by sipping in style from one of three pastel coffee cups.
Image Courtesy of Starbucks

Great news for Pantone geeks: Starbucks is releasing a new line of cups to celebrate the start of spring, and they are reminiscent of Pantone's spring color report. Soon, caffeinated color connoisseurs will be served in cups almost identical to Primrose Yellow, Island Paradise, and Pantone's 2017 color of the year, Greenery.


The announcement marks the first time Starbucks will release a spring-themed cup to their seasonal cup line. In addition to the color change, the new cups will replace Starbuck's iconic logo with a large white dot, inviting users to doodle and snap pictures of their spring-themed designs.

According to a Starbucks press release, "Each tall, grande and venti size gets its own cheerful color with white dots and hand-drawn designs including a sun and umbrella."


But, if you want your chance at sipping your favorite beverage from a perfectly pretty cup, you better act fast. The chain says springtime cups will only be available for just a few days after they're released on March 16. Until then, we'll be dreaming up what will be our go-to drink to bring in the warm weather. 

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