Published: Thu, November 02, 2017
Global | By Maureen Mccoy

Starbucks Holiday Cups Have Officially Arrived

Starbucks Holiday Cups Have Officially Arrived

Taking a cue from customers who had been using their cups as a canvas, previous year Starbucks red cups 13 different designs created by customers.

"This year's cup is intentionally created to encourage our customers to add their own color and illustrations, Starbucks said in a statement to USA Today".

The sleeve that fits over the cup will read "Give Good" this year, which is a nod to Starbucks' holiday campaign.

According to the Starbucks press release the company has marked the arrival of the holidays with specially designed red cups since 1997, becoming a symbol itself of the season. Since then, every cup they've designed has heavily featured shades of red.

Starbucks lovers, if you want in on this limited edition design, get yourselves to a coffee counter STAT.

The festive cup, as many see it, officially ushers in the holiday season, and this year, the theme is "Give Good".

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Meanwhile, Wednesday also marks the return of the chain's holiday beverages including Chestnut Praline Latte, Caramel Brûlée Latte, Gingerbread Latte, Eggnog Latte and the Peppermint Mocha.

Now it seems Starbucks is all about celebrating individuality this year. The reason for this is because Starbucks is hoping to inspire you to color in your own cup.

This year the cups feature splashes of red and green amid illustrations of presents, snowflakes and a Christmas tree with star on top.

The Starbucks holiday cups have become such a controversy in recent years.

"Giving good can be as small as someone opening the door for you, or recognizing the people that enrich your life - your child's teacher, a caregiver, a family friend", Fremar said.

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