The 2023 Starbucks Holiday Cups Are Here- Look Back on Every Year's Design

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The best way to spread Christmas cheer is by sharing your opinion of Starbucks' 2023 holiday cups for all to hear.

As any coffee lover knows, the transition from spooky season and PSLs to seasons greetings and peppermint mochas is the Nov. 2 launch of Starbucks' signature red cups of holiday happiness. T he beloved coffee chain offered up four design options for their 2023 cups in green, red and magenta: Peppermint swirl, bauble wrap, party plaid and ribbon spoolคำพูดจาก เว็บสล็อตเว็บตรง. Plus, iced-for-life coffee drinkers have a cold cup offering that features playful baubles and sparkles in a snowy white.

"This year's holiday theme is 'Share the Joy,'" Starbucks director Kristy Cameron said in a press release. "It's our shared human experience and togetherness that makes the season special." 

A major focus for the 2023 cups, Cameron continued, was choosing "bright, bold, uplifting" colors, hence the addition of the "mood-boosting" magenta. 

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"We found that magenta alongside the holiday reds and greens lifts the traditional holiday colors," Cameron explained, "and makes the red look even brighter."

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In addition to the new cups, Starbucks also announced its line-up of festive flavors, including the new iced gingerbread oatmilk chai, which joins returning faves such as peppermint mocha, caramel brulée latte, chestnut praline latte and iced sugar cookie almondmilk latte. And we can't forget the treats, so expect to crave the following on your next coffee run: Cranberry bliss bar, gingerbread loaf, peppermint brownie, cake pop snowman and the sugar plum cheese danish. 

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So blast Mariah Carey's "All I Want For Christmas" and sip on your seasonal beverage of choice. Then take a stroll down candy cane lane to see all of the designs since 2005:


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