You can now collect stickers again in Starbucks as they have officially launched their annual holiday promo for the Starbucks Planner 2011. It’s now time to get the planner that all Starbucks fans collect (but actually never uses 😛 ). Here’s a photo of how the Starbucks Planner looks like this year.
I would just like to share something I was able to find in my recent photo archives – a photo of my Vanilla Rooibos full-leaf tea latte from Starbucks. I remember feeling a lazy that night to make my own tea latte and so I decided to buy one of their new tea latte concoctions.
I was out yesterday running errands and as my day ended, I began to feel that I needed to rest and unwind somewhere before I finally head home. And so I decided to go to Starbucks and I’m glad I did for I was able to try their latest drink for the new year –… Read More »
It’s Christmas season once again and that means a good number of Starbucks patrons are now excited to once again collect stickers so they can get their hands on the new 2010 Starbucks Planner. But for me, I am more excited to welcome back my favorite Starbucks Holiday Featured drink – the Dark Cherry Mocha.
Do you want to try something new at Starbucks? Then why not create your own tea latte. It’s simple and easy to do. What do you need? First, a tall order of hot black tea, preferably Earl Grey. Tell the barista to make room for milk, then ask for some honey and about a full… Read More »
Starbucks has three new beverages, together, they are called the Dark Roast Coffee Jelly drinks. And last night, I tried the Caramel Dark Roast Coffee Jelly Frappuccino. “Coffee in the jelly. Jelly in the coffee.” That’s what their poster said. And if you’re feeling adventurous, you can also try the other two coffee jelly variants… Read More »
I very rarely buy the ready to drink beverages in Starbucks but in the spirit of this blog, I convinced myself to buy their Vanilla Silk Soy Milk. This beverage is actually a product of Dean Foods, a cow’s milk distributor in the United States. It’s brand, Silk, is a combination of the words soya… Read More »
It’s been awhile since I went to Starbucks and my visit last Thursday gave me the opportunity to try their Dark Berry Mocha Frappuccino. At first, I thought that the ‘berry’ in the drink referred to strawberries but later on, I found out that it’s actually black raspberries they’re using.