It's pink. It sparkles. It keeps your double-shot skim Gingerbread Latte warm or your Peppermint Frappucino cold and it's good for the environment. Starbucks' rose gold tumblers may just be the best accessory invention since the glitter smartphone case. And it's available in millennial pink, just like this new Le Creuset color collection.
The coffee chain debuted the highly gift-able, made-to-be-Instagrammed merch in time for the holiday shopping season. The eco-friendly, new glitter cups come in three styles: Pink Stainless ($19.95), Pink Sequins ($18.95), and Pink Glitter ($14.95). In addition to saving trees, these colorful cups will save you some money: every time you order bring your own cup to Starbucks, they take 10 cents off your order. With a tumbler and a Starbucks addiction, you'll be able to save up for a second or third tumbler in no time.
While Starbucks tumblers have always been a great option, the coffee shop tends to release less glitzy designs in favor of the classic stainless steel cold cup or the like. The pink Starbucks tumbler and the white sequin cup are definitely eye-catching, to say the least.
After all, won't your Salted Caramel Hot Chocolate just taste so much better in one of these pink glitter cold cups? If you have any high schoolers or young college students on your gift list, this would be perfect for the coffee lover.
Where to Find Starbucks Rose Gold Cups
Sightings of these glitzy, sparkly creations began about two weeks ago, when dazzled customers reporting spotting them for sale in Starbucks stores while grabbing their daily Skinny Latte or Shaken Strawberry Green Tea Infusion.
Within a few days, these twinkling tumblers were the talk of Twitter and Instagram.
For now, the rose gold cups are only available in stores, including those in supermarkets, airports, hotels, grocery stores, and retailers like Target, Starbucks representatives told Elite Daily. That means you have an excuse to take your second or third trip today to your local Starbucks and treat yourself to a decadent holiday drink while you're there. Break in your brand new tumbler with the limited-edition Chestnut Praline Latte, Peppermint Mocha, Holiday Spice Flat, or Teavana Joy Brewed Tea. Might we suggest trying the brand's latest creamy creation, Toffee Almondmilk Hot Cocoa?
The festive drink includes steamed almond milk, mocha sauce, and toffee nut syrup. On top is a sprinkle of Caramel Brulee sugar, in addition to an optional dollop of whipped cream (so those of you who are dairy-free, be sure to ask that the whipped cream be left off).
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