Starbucks debuts Juniper Latte, more holiday merchandise on Tuesday

Posted at 4:25 AM, Nov 27, 2018

Thanksgiving is over, so it’s socially acceptable to jump completely into the winter holidays, right? 

Starbucks is taking their festivities even further on Tuesday with new music and merchandise, as well as a brand new drink.

Their Juniper Latte debuted last year at their Seattle Roastery, but on Tuesday it will roll out in stores across the country. 

The company describes the drink as having a “hint of juniper and sage, an evergreen aroma and citrus notes.” It’s made with espresso, steamed milk, juniper syrup and topped with foam and pine-citrus sugar. 

The drink is in U.S. stores for a limited time, while supplies last. 

It has been less than a month since Starbucks brought back their holiday cups with designs inspired by their customers and holiday coffee blends. 

They also recently added treats like the Chocolate Swirl Brioche, Pistachio Honey Croissant and the Sugarplum Cheese Danish.

Starbucks continues to sell their other famous holiday drinks like the Peppermint Mocha, Caramel Brulée Latte, Chestnut Praline Latte and more.