Step aside everything pumpkin, because Starbucks is set to go full-blown holiday. Just a few days into November, the coffee giant is launching its holiday collection Thursday, November 3.

For the 25th year, Starbucks is back this week with that the first taste of the holiday season arriving at Starbucks stores in the United States on November 3 with Starbucks holiday beverages, bakery items, and of course those iconic holiday cups.

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The coffee giant will debut four new Starbucks holiday cups that have become a staple for the season over the years. This year's cups will have a special theme resembling little gifts.

“We have always talked about the cups as little gifts, and we hope they feel like a festive present to our customers and store partners,” said Gary Jacobson, Starbucks creative director for this year’s holiday campaign. 

As for those timeless drinks, Starbucks fans will see the return of their favorites such as Peppermint Mocha, Caramel Brulée Latte, Toasted White Chocolate Mocha, and Chestnut Praline Latte.  Those still craving a cold coffee beverage can enjoy the return of  Iced Sugar Cookie Almond Milk Latte and Irish Cream Cold Brew once again.

Fan favorite bakery items the Reindeer Cake Pop, Sugar Plum Cheese Danish, Cranberry Bliss Bar, and Snowman Cookie are back and will be joined by a new delicious holiday treat. Look for Starbucks' new Chocolate Pistachio Swirl to sweeten your season.

Photo: Starbucks Press Assets
Photo: Starbucks Press Assets

So many choices to make your season merry & bright. Whichever delectable you fancy, remember that they are only here for a limited time, so enjoy!

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