It's a great time to be a tea lover at Starbucks this January as it kicks off the new year with new Teavana drinks. Starting on January 8, you can get four new drinks for a limited time only: Oat Green Tea Latte (P160/tall, P175/grande, P190/venti), Oat Green Tea Latte Frappuccino (P160/tall, P175/grande, P190/venti) , Peach Black Tea Latte (P160/tall, P175/grande, P190/venti), and Chestnut Black Tea Latte (P160/tall, P175/grande, P190/venti).

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Oats may not be something you'd think to have in your Starbucks drink but the Oat Green Tea Latte—which you can also get as a Frappuccino—may change your mind. The drink is a twist on the Green Tea Latte with Oat Matcha powder, granola, and crunchy dried fruit, a combination that makes this a great power drink for starting your day.

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If you prefer black tea, you'll enjoy Starbucks' new black tea-based drinks. The Peach Black Tea is made creamier with steamed milk and has hints of fruity, subtly sweet peach flavors. The Chestnut Black Tea Latte is a little more decadent, with black tea, roasted chestnut sauce and steamed milk, all of which is then topped with chestnut praline, and freeze-dried strawberries. With all these exciting tea drinks, you might not even think of ordering coffee any time soon.

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For more details, visit Starbucks Philippines on Facebook.

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This story originally appeared on Spot.ph.

* Minor edits have been made by the Femalenetwork.com editors.

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