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Starbucks Is Bringing Back These 5 Beloved Holiday Drinks

Caramel Brulee Lattes and Peppermint Mochas are officially back for the season!

It goes without saying that we could all use a little pick-me-up at this point in 2020, right?! Thankfully, Starbucks is spreading caffeinated cheer early this year as it welcomes back some of its most beloved holiday beverages of all time.

Fans of the iconic coffee chain are guaranteed to feel the joy once they finally get their hands on five fan-favorites after a year-long wait. Starting tomorrow, you'll be able to find the Caramel Brulee Latte (410 calories and 49 grams sugar for a Grande with 2% milk), Chestnut Praline Latte (330 calories and 39 grams sugar), Eggnog Latte (450 calories and 52 grams sugar), Peppermint Mocha (440 calories and 54 grams sugar), and Toasted White Chocolate Mocha (420 calories and 56 grams sugar) back on menus nationwide. (Related: 15 Classic American Desserts That Deserve a Comeback.)

In honor of the big comeback, Starbucks is giving away free collectible red holiday cups adorned with jolly vintage designs to customers who order the signature holiday drinks tomorrow only. Even better? The cups are reusable, so you can keep the holiday spirit alive all season long. (Related: 12 Holiday Foods Already on Costco Shelves.)

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Starbucks isn't only adored for its famous beverages, though. The coffee giant is also rolling out a lineup of snackable holiday treats. Returning seasonal pastries, including the returning Sugar Plum Danishes, Snowman Cookies, Snowman Cake Pops, and Cranberry Bliss Bars, will also deck the chain's bakery cases once again. Also be on the lookout for a new addition to the roster: the Cranberry Orange Scone.

Don't forget: You can order Starbucks' holiday treats and beverages through the chain's app and pick up your order curbside to keep contact to a minimum.

For more holiday content, be sure to read Cracker Barrel Is Making These Changes for the Holidays.

Cheyenne Buckingham
Cheyenne Buckingham is the news editor of Eat This, Not That!, specializing in food and drink coverage, and breaking down the science behind the latest health studies and information. Read more
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