Starbucks has two new festive drinks. Fudge Brownie Hot Cocoa and Caramel Waffle Latte are being rolled out in the UK, just like the red cups.

  • Starbucks will launch Caramel Waffle Latte (and Fudge Brownie Hot Chocolate)
  • From 4 November, beverages will be added to the UK’s seasonal menu. 
  • Customers can also purchase holiday themed merchandise including a cup set 
  • Starbucks has officially unveiled its festive red cup.

The holiday season is officially underway now that Halloween is over. Starbucks’ unveiling their holiday cup selection is one of the most obvious signs that Christmas is near. 

Branches of the coffee chain across the UK will be offering Caramel Waffle Latte and Fudge Brownie Hot Chocolate for a limited time from 4 November.

The new festive beverages will join Starbucks’ Christmas classics, including Toffee Nut Latte, Gingerbread Latte and Eggnog Latte, on the festive  menu. 

The coffee chain also revealed that their holiday red cups will be available in stores this week, a move sure to delight customers.

Starbucks has announced Caramel Waffle Latte (pictured) and Fudge Brownie Hot Chocolate as part of their seasonal menu

Starbucks has announced Caramel Waffle Latte (pictured above) and Fudge Brownie hot chocolate as part of their seasonal menu 

Starbucks describes their Caramel Waffle Latte as a delicately spiced sip hand-crafted with a combination of Starbucks signature espresso, steamed milk, warming winter waffle sauce and a stroopwafel flavoured Caramel Waffle crunch and caramel whipped cream topping.

Meanwhile, the Fudge Brownie Hot Chocolate is a smooth mocha combined with rich biscuit sauce and milk to create the ultimate melt-in-the-mouth brownie experience. 

The drink is completed with mocha whippedcream, mocha drizzle, and a fudge topping.

Each of the drinks are priced from £3.45 and are available from all Starbucks stores and drive-throughs in the UK.

Starbucks is bringing back their popular red cups as part of their holiday-themed merchandise available from 4 November. Pictured: Fudge Brownie Hot Chocolate

Starbucks will be bringing back the red cups in their holiday-themed merchandise starting November 4. Pictured: Fudge Brownie Hot Chocolate 

Starbucks Rewards members have early access to the new Holiday menu. They can also collect stars for each purchase, which can lead to a free drink.  

Starbucks offers customers the chance to purchase holiday-themed merchandise, including mugs or tumblers.

Meanwhile Starbucks, which every year changes its cups from white to red around the festive period, will also be bringing back its red cups from 4 November.

The brand’s reusable red cups that change colour are back, and they’re available in hYou can use eat sensitive technology to make your favorite hot beverage turn from vibrant holly green into berry red by changing the cup’s color. 

The chain also offers stockings, a sparkling coffee set, and stockings.  

Ahead of the announcement, social media users had been anxiously awaiting the return of the popular red cups, with many going wild over the upcoming release on social media

Social media users eagerly awaited the return of the popular red cup, with many going crazy over the upcoming release.

Customers who bring their own reusable cups to the store will receive 25p off their drink

Social media users eagerly awaited the return of the popular red cup, with many excited about the upcoming release via social media.

One person commented: “Not me asking Starbucks employee when they’ll hand out the red cup already! I was patient and waited for Halloween to end.

Another wrote: “Starbucks red cups come in less than a weeks.”

A third was added: “Rumours suggest that Starbucks Red Cups will be available in one week.”

‘While I am not a fan of the clocks going backward, this would certainly take out the sting from a 4.30 Sunset. 

“My favourite time of year, and the only occasion I really like coffee out unless traveling.” 

Starbucks has been offering holiday beverages in a cup other than its white cup since 1997. The first was a jazz-themed’ design.

In the years that followed, the company introduced a holiday cup with’symbols’ of the seasons. These included vintage ornaments and hand-drawn reindeer, as well as modern vector-illustrated characters.