Starbucks’ Peppermint Mocha Coffee and Holiday Creamers Have Finally Returned to Grocery Stores

The limited edition coffees, which also include Starbucks' classic holiday blend and gingerbread coffee blend, also feature a new bokeh light packaging



Though Halloween is still around the corner, Starbucks has already started bringing its holiday blends back to grocery stores.

The Seattle-based coffee company announced today that its famous holiday coffee blend, as well as peppermint mocha and gingerbread coffees, are returning to grocery store shelves nationwide — all with brand new packaging.

It also noted that Starbucks' holiday creamers in cinnamon dolce, caramel and white chocolate are also available for purchase, along with the chain's holiday specialty ready-to-drink beverages: the Peppermint Mocha Frappuccino and Peppermint Mocha Iced Espresso.

Starbucks’ classic holiday coffee blend, which is made with its signature flavor notes from Latin American and Indonesian coffee plants, has kept the bright red Christmas packaging, but done away with the mistletoe art in favor of golden bokeh lights. It retails for $11.99-$36.99 for its K-Cup pods and $11.99-$15.49 for its ground coffee bags.

<p>Starbucks</p> Starbucks' full limited-edition coffee collection in stores.


Starbucks' full limited-edition coffee collection in stores.

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The coffee company’s peppermint mocha coffee packaging is similar, featuring pink bokeh lights along with peppermint candies and chocolate topping swirls. It described the flavor of the coffee as “rich chocolaty notes meet minty joy” with “just the right amount of cocoa-peppermint sweetness.”

Meanwhile, its gingerbread-flavored packages come in a deep maroon-brown color with photos of star-shaped gingerbread cookies decorated throughout. It also features the same bokeh lights and noted that the taste of the coffee has flavors of “freshly baked gingerbread, aromas of cinnamon and clove and a note of sweetness blended with Starbucks lightest roast coffee.”

The two limited edition flavors come in only a 10-count and 22-count K-Cup box for $11.99 and $22.99, respectively, and in a smaller-sized 11 oz. bad for $11.99 and 17 oz. bag for $15.49.

Starbucks’ creamers are matching the red theme with the upper half the creamers engulfed in a bright red packaging with snowflake motifs and the lower half shown with a photo of each of the respective flavors.

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Starbucks noted in its description of its cinnamon dolce cinnamon coffee creamer that it's “crafted with the rich flavor of cinnamon streusel,” and said it “pairs” with a Starbucks coffee for a “sweet and smooth morning cup.”

As for the flavor profile of its caramel macchiato creamer, the coffee company said that specific creamer contains “layers of sweet, buttery caramel and hints of vanilla flavor” while its white chocolate flavored creamer is “crafted with white chocolaty sweetness.”

Each 28 oz. bottle of creamer is being sold in groceries for $5.99.

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The red theme also continues with Starbucks’ Peppermint Mocha Frappuccino, which is served in a13.7 oz. single-serve bottle and being sold for $4.19. The Frappuccino features a red lid with a red ribbon in the middle of the drink denoting that it is a limited edition holiday special drink. The Peppermint Mocha Iced Espresso also has a red bottle with a green cap and is being sold at $5.99 for 40 oz. Bottle.

Last week, the coffee company also unveiled its holiday coffee cup collection, which include poinsettia-inspired prism cold cups and color-changing hot cup sets.

Earlier this year, Starbucks brought back its fall drinks, and handed out temporary tattoos on the PSL's 20th birthday — so fans hope the return of holiday drinks this winter will come with a similarly fun promotion.

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