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You Can Now Get Starbucks Almond Milk Coffee At The Grocery Store

Starbucks just launched its first ever Almondmilk Double Shot Coffee Smoothies, marking the first time they’ve had a non-dairy alternative to their bottled drinks.

Starbucks has been pretty proactive with its non-dairy offerings, and it is now trickling down to its grocery aisle products.

The “coffee smoothies” come in Dark Chocolate Banana and Vanilla Honey Banana, so if you’re not into bananas, you’re out of luck.

Starbucks first started offering its Almondmilk in 2016, being a welcome addition for those getting tired of coconut milk or soy milk in their coffee.

According to Starbucks, the demand for plant-based products increased by 8 percent last year, and they’ve done a a pretty good job of incorporating a variety of milk alternatives to accommodate the demand.

If you’re into the bottled versions of Starbucks, these might be right up your alley. And if you’re lactose intolerant, there’s finally something on the grocery shelf for you to indulge in out of the Starbucks lineup.


Starbucks Expands Their Energy Drink Line With Two New Flavors


Starbucks is always coming up with new and inventive ways to get caffeine into your belly. One of those ways emerged several years ago with the arrival of the Starbucks Doubleshot Energy drink.

In case it’s not obvious, this was a move made by Starbucks in an attempt to keep up with the heavy hitters of energy drinks like Monster and Red Bull. Surprisingly, Starbucks has held up pretty well, hence why the company has decided to make two new flavors of their energy drink.

The first flavor, Mexican Mocha, will be reflective of the taste that the famed Mexican candy Lucas boasts, a treat typically featuring a sweet, hard candy center with a layer of chile encompassing it. The taste will be focused around a combination of chocolate, cinnamon and cayenne. The other flavor, Spiced Vanilla, will revolve around the core flavors, chai and ginger.

These new beverages will come in the 15 oz. cans, making sure you get your fill of this new beverage.

After all, energy drinks are basically the new coffee.


h/t + photo: Brand Eating