"With spring right around the corner, Starbucks wanted to introduce something new to our customers to brighten their day", a spokesperson told TODAY Food. They feature hand-drawn designs, including an umbrella, a smiling sun, and more.
The pastel-colored cups, which come in blue, yellow and green, arrive at participating stores on March 16 in the United States and Canada for a limited time.
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While Cal did a good job of knocking down shots when they needed to, the offense was still a bit stagnant and tentative at times . The victory over the in-state rival was even sweeter given that it clinched the one-seed in this week's Pac-12 tournament.
The new Starbucks seasonal cups will bring about spring with green, blue and yellow pastel colors. Just think of how good they are going to look on Instagram. Needless to say, the 2016 Christmas cups featured drawings of all kinds of elements related to Christmas.
We bet you can easily conjure that white cup with the green mermaid logo to your mind's eye in an instant. The new cups will only be around for a limited time in the United States and Canada. But the pastel designs are only in stores for a few days. The tradition expanded over the years to include others seasons as well, such as autumn and summer.
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Starbucks began offering seasonal cups more than two decades ago, beginning with its traditional holiday-themed cup.
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