starbucks nitro cold brew

6 March 2018 – Today Starbucks launched Cold Brew and Nitro Cold Brew on tap in South Africa. The arrival of Nitro Cold Brew marks Starbucks the next chapter of cold coffee innovation in the South African market by offering customers a wider choice. Clive Liversage, managing executive, Starbucks in South Africa said, “This special method gives our customers a really different cold coffee experience and we think it will revolutionise the way our customers think about our cold coffee menu. We have an exciting year planned, bringing innovation in cold brewed coffee to South Africa and showcasing the passion of our skilled baristas.” ColdRead More →

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Just in time for winter, a new range of teas has arrived in South Africa. Teavana is already available around the world in Starbucks stores, and now South Africans can enjoy the delicious range of hot and shaken iced teas, including six full leaf teas – black tea (English Breakfast), green tea (Emperor’s Clouds & Mist), white tea (Youthberry) and herbal infusions (Chamomile, Mint Blend, and Hibiscus). To celebrate the launch of Teavana, tea lovers are invited to experience these delicious teas at an experiential #TeavanaparTEA at Starbucks Rosebank from 14 to 16 June between 14h00 – 16h00 and at Starbucks Menlyn Park from 21Read More →

Starbucks today announced the launch of their latest menu offering, the S’Mores Frappuccino, which will be available from 5 January across all branches for a limited time. The S’Mores Frappuccino consists of marshmallow-infused whipped cream, chocolate sauce, vanilla syrup, and biscuits in a milk, ice, and coffee frappuccino blend. It is based off the American dessert, which is traditionally made out of fire-roasted marshmallows and chocolate in between a layer of graham crackers. The move to launch a s’mores product is an interesting one as the treat has never been a South African tradition. This could mean that Starbucks is testing how its more American offerings will fare in this newRead More →