Starbucks containers often create a big buzz — whether it's their festive holiday collection or their original sleek mugs. This summer, it's Starbucks' new colour-changing reusable cups that promise to be very popular in Quebec. The iced coffee season is just around the corner, so it's the perfect time to roll out the bright cups that react to your favourite cold drink.
The dazzling effect is reminiscent of the toys and goodies of our childhood.
Jewellery, tights, and nail polish that change colour have each had their moment of cultural glory and now Starbucks is entering the trend.
Last year, similar containers were available at some Starbucks, but the shades were in more pastel tones.
This year, the shades are vibrant and the colour combinations are very summery.
A package of five includes glasses, lids, and 5 reusable straws for $26.95 plus tax.
Colours range from tomato to eggplant, peach to bright pink, yellow-orange to tangerine, turquoise to ocean blue, and cobalt blue to dark purple.
Quantities are very limited and some branches may not receive inventory.
That said, those locations that will have them should receive them very soon. They should be available for sale in the coming days.
Customers might want to call ahead to their local Starbucks café before heading over in search of the cups.
So far, the Starbucks Grande Allée in Quebec City and the café on St-Martin in Laval have confirmed to Narcity Québec that they have some in stock.
As for Montreal, several stores, including the one on avenue Monkland in NDG, are expecting to receive them within the next two weeks.
Get all the details below.
Colour-Changing Reusable Starbucks Cups
Price: Approximately $26.95 plus taxes for the collection
Why You Have To Have It: To drink your iced beverages in environmentally friendly and very original glasses.
Find your nearest Starbucks location here.
This article was originally published in French on Narcity Québec.
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