Starbucks new winter menu revealed: Flavoured lattes, a vegan ‘tuna’ sandwich and a pecan and caramel brownie will be available from next month
Starbucks has unveiled its new winter menu full of indulgent hot drinks and sweet treats for a mouthwatering start to the New Year.
The new additions, which will be available across the UK from January 5, include three oat latte flavours, all available for £3.35: strawberry & vanilla, honey & hazelnut and dark cocoa & orange oat.
It comes as Starbucks announced it will no longer charge extra for dairy alternatives as part of the chain’s efforts to improve its impact on the planet.
Starbucks has announced three new oat latte flavours as part of their winter menu, available in UK stores from 5 January. Pictured: Strawberry & Vanilla Oat Latte priced from £3.35
Starbucks revealed they will no longer charge extra for dairy alternatives, such as oat, soya, almond, coconut and their exclusive Starbucks Original™ Nut Blend. Pictured left: honey & hazelnut, pictured right: dark cocoa & orange oat latte, both priced from £3.35
Starbucks has introduced a selection of plant-based bakery items to pair with their new oat lattes, including a Chocolate & Caramel Muffin priced from £1.99 (pictured)
Starbucks winter menu
Tu’NAH Sandwich (vegan)
All Day Breakfast Wrap
Pecan & Caramel Brownie
Carrot Cake (plant-based)
Chocolate & Caramel Muffin
Honey & Hazelnut Oat Latte
Dark Cocoa & Orange Oat Latte
Plant-based fans will be eager to pair the beverages with their new and exclusive Tu’NAH Sandwich, priced from £3.29, which is their first plant-based fish alternative in collaboration with the Vegetarian Butcher.
Elsewhere on the winter menu are plant-based bakery items, including a Pecan & Caramel Brownie, Carrot Cake or a £1.99 Chocolate & Caramel Muffin.
Cuban-style Panini stuffed full of hearty pulled pork and hickory smoked ham, as well as an All Day Breakfast Wrap have also been added for meat lovers.
Pried at £3.55, the new Strawberry & Vanilla Oat Latte is described as being an unexpected flavour combination that is a ‘match made in heaven’.
Starbucks’s new plant-based Pecan & Caramel Brownie (pictured) is described as a sumptuous dark chocolate brownie with chocolate chunks, gooey caramel and crisp caramelised pecans, priced from £1.99
The new winter menu features Starbucks first plant-based fish alternative in collaboration with the Vegetarian Butcher (pictured left) priced from £3.29 and an all day breakfast wrap (pictured right) for meat lovers, priced from £3.85
Starbucks is currently undertaking work to reduce their carbon emissions and aiming to improve their impact on the planet with planet-based alternatives. Pictured: Plant-based carrot cake, priced from £2.19
It has juicy strawberry and delicate vanilla flavours merged with creamy oat dairy-alternative, finished with a light layer of foam and bright and vibrant strawberry topping.
Meanwhile, the Honey & Hazelnut Oat Latte is a blend of floral honey & earthy hazelnut flavours and silky oat dairy-alternative, then finished off with a light layer of foam and a deliciously uplifting honey topping.
The Dark Cocoa & Orange Oat Latte is said to have rich and bold, dark cocoa complementing zesty orange flavours for a punchy take on a tried and tested winter duo. Finished off with a light layer of foam and a dusting of orange cocoa powder.