Step aside everything pumpkin, because Starbucks is ready to go full blown holiday. Just a few days into November, the coffee giant is launching their holiday collection Thursday, November 4.

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Starbucks released a sneak peek of this year's designs and drinks on their website before they hit stores tomorrow.  Along with the cups, fan-favorite holiday treats will be back along with some new drinks and snacks including the first ever non-dairy holiday drink.

For 2021, there are four new holiday cup designs all inspired by gift-giving. The designs include the chain's famous red color we all have may synonymous with the season. The cups will feature hints of green and white, plus a new lilac accent color. Each cup also has a blank "gift tag" printed on them, so you can fill in the blank yourself for a little "gift giving".

According to the press release, in addition to the new cups, Starbucks is bringing back a couple of its seasonal drinks. Back for the season is the Peppermint Mocha, the Irish Cream Cold Brew, the Caramel Brulee Latte, the Toasted White Chocolate Mocha and the Chestnut Praline Latte. Returning snacks for the holiday will  include the Cranberry Bliss Bar, the Snowman Cookie and the Sugar Plum Cheese Danish.

You can't do the holiday season without a few new surprises right? Starbucks is introducing the first non-dairy holiday drink...the Iced Sugar Cookie Almondmilk Latte. The new beverage will be made with Blonde Espresso Roast, sugar-cookie syrup, almond milk and sprinkles. You can pair it with the cutest new snack, the Reindeer Cake Pop.

Starbucks Press
Starbucks Press

Whichever delectable you fancy, remember that they are only here for a limited time. Enjoy!

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