(Photo: Anna_Pustynnikova/Shutterstock.com)

Vegan Irish Cream Cold Brew Launches At Starbucks For Christmas

by | December 5, 2019

This week Starbucks started serving a limited edition vegan Irish Cream Cold Brew at select stores in the US and Canada.

Added to the menu for the festive season, this drink is made with Starbucks’ Irish Cream syrup blended into cold brew coffee. This blend is then served over ice with a vanilla cream froth and a sprinkle of cocoa. 

The Irish Cream Cold Brew can be made vegan by ordering it with any plant-based milk. In Canada, a hot version of this drink is also available — the Irish Cream Americano. 

starbucks coffee
Starbucks customers can choose from a selection of plant-based drinks (Photo: gowithstock/Shutterstock.com)

You might also like:

Vegan Christmas At Starbucks

The Christmas menu does not disappoint for vegans visitors to Starbucks this year.

The Toasted Marshmallow Hot Chocolate — which is made with dairy-free mocha sauce, marshmallow syrup, and a caramelised sugar topping — can be made vegan by ordering it without whipped cream.

Old favorites the Toffee Nut Latte and the Gingerbread Latte are back on the menu, and are dairy-free when made without toppings and whipped cream.

When it comes to food, customers in the UK can enjoy the Very Merry Vegan Wrap — a beet-infused tortilla with butternut squash fritters and roasted red cabbage, flavoured with maple mustard mayonnaise.

Have you enjoyed any tasty plant-based treats at Starbucks this holiday season? Let us know what your favorite is in the comments below!

raise vegan placement two

Comments

Leave a Comment