Buy one, get one free: Starbucks unveils another new holiday drink


Grab a friend and head to Starbucks this week.

Starbucks has unveiled another new holiday drink, and customers can get a special deal on their coffee for the next few days. The coffee chain released another new holiday drink — the Toasted White Chocolate Mocha. Other holiday flavors include the Peppermint Mocha and the Caramel Brulee Latte.

Customers can go to any Starbucks location from today through Nov. 13 from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. to buy one holiday drink and get one free to share.

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Customers can also go to participating Starbucks location in the same time frame to try festive cake pops like the Snowman and Peppermint Brownie.

The coffee chain switched things up this year, veering away from its typically red-themed holiday cups. The chain’s new cup design allows customers to color it in themselves. Locations are providing colored pencils for customers to borrow to doodle on their cups.

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