A oldie, but a gem! This classic beverage is undoubtedly one of the most refreshing beverages known to mankind.
We are all aware that during the holiday season, Starbucks offers at least five winter-themed lattes.
Dragonfruit is not a typical flavor option, so the drink's uniqueness is a major selling feature.
Almond milk and espresso pair well, but if you want to taste honey in every mouthful, this beverage falls short.
The London Fog is a particularly Canadian beverage. As you may already know, Canada never disappoints.
Although this beverage has been featured on the fan-run Starbucks Secret Menu website, the soiled chai (chai with an espresso shot) is a fairly traditional concept.
Last year, this latte was introduced alongside the Honey Almond Milk Flat White and the Oat Milk Honey Latte, but it is by far the superior of the three.
Iced coffee is a no-brainer when simplicity is the best course of action.
The mocha Frappuccino was arguably the first drink that everyone ordered at Starbucks.
A good medium for those who require massive amounts of coffee daily but do not wish to develop ulcers prematurely. Simply put, lighter.
A beautiful method to feel as though you are treating your body well. This is why this admittedly dull beverage has endured for so long.
Perhaps the fact that this deviant is seasonal increases our desire for it.