You probably know by this time that it’s important to stand from your office seat to stretch out every three hours, so why not make your break a tad bit better with a quick coffee run? Starbucks has just released several limited edition drinks on July 23, and they’re worth a try:


Double Ristretto Cream


Made with ristretto (or ‘restricted’ in Italian) espresso shot over a creamy ice blend will give you smooth, midday kick that you need.

White Chocolate Matcha Cream


It’s the white chocolate cream that you love, but this time with dusting of pure Matcha powder for that intriguingly organic taste.

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White Mocha Sphere Frappuccino

P170/Tall, P185/Grande; P200/Venti

If you like your coffee strong and sweet, then you may want to try this new flavor with white chocolate sauce layered with Starbucks Brazilian Coffee spheres, and topped with whipped cream.


Frozen Mango Hibiscus Tea with Pomegranate Pearls

P160/Tall; P175/Grande; P190/Venti

Starbucks is bringing summer back with this refreshing combination of mango puree, citrus mint green tea, and hibiscus tea, highlighted by pearls that burst with pomegranate juice.

Aside from these drinks, Starbucks is also releasing its new Frui-Tea Cold Cup Cards (available for an initial activation amount of P1,000 per card), as well as a new set of their Philippine-exclusive colored reusable cups in pastel pink, purple, orange, and blue. Each cup comes with a reusable straw, and is available for only P100.


For more details about Starbucks’ promotions, visit their Facebook page.

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