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Starbucks' Holiday Drinks Are Back & You Can Get A Free Reusable Cup In Quebec Today

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Starbucks' Holiday Drinks Are Back & You Can Get A Free Reusable Cup In Quebec Today

Despite all of the uncertainty this year, there's one thing we knew that we could count on: Starbucks holiday drinks and cups are back starting Friday, November 6. 

This year's collection will include four cups: The Ribbon, Polka Dots, Sparkle, and Branded Banner.

You'll be able to get the classics, like Peppermint MochaEggnog Latte, Caramel Brûlé Latte, Gingerbread Latte and Chestnut Praline Latte.

Because nothing says the holiday season quite like Starbucks' holiday menu.

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This year's theme is "Carry the Merry" and it's safe to say we could all use a little merry right about now.  

"When we started designing the cups over a year ago, we didn’t know anything about what 2020 would bring. Our mindset was about people carrying them out in the world as messengers of joy," said Jeff Wilkson, Creative director for Starbucks. 

"In a way that message deepened as we got further and further into the year. We want to be that beacon for people, a brief moment that they can look forward to."

If that weren't exciting enough, you'll receive a "collectible limited edition Red Cup" with the purchase of a beverage, while supplies last.

For the health and safety of guests and employees, Starbucks won't be able to fill any reusable cups. But not to worry — it's still perfect to help get you into the spirit!

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