Nov 8, 2017

Starbucks 2017 Holiday Menu Includes Return of Gingerbread Latte

Starbucks welcomes the 2017 holiday season with a number of limited-time beverages and food items including the return of the Gingerbread Latte.

Here's what you'll find at Starbucks as we inch closer to Christmas:

- New Toasted White Chocolate Mocha - Espresso, toasted white chocolate sauce, and steamed milk, topped with whipped cream and candied cranberry sugar.

- Gingerbread Latte (review) - Gingerbread sauce, espresso, and steamed milk, finished with whipped cream and ground nutmeg

- Holiday Spice Flat White (review)- Ristretto shots of espresso mixed with steamed milk and holiday spices.

- Eggnog Latte (review) - Espresso, steamed egg nog, and steamed milk dusted with ground nutmeg.

- Peppermint Mocha - Espresso, peppermint syrup, mocha sauce, and steamed milk, topped with whipped cream and dark chocolate curls (also available in a white chocolate version).

- Chestnut Praline Latte (review) - Espresso, chestnut praline syrup, and steamed milk, garnished with whipped cream and chestnut praline topping.

- Caramel Brulee Latte (review) - Espresso, caramel brulee sauce, and steamed milk, finished with whipped cream and caramel brulee topping.

- Holiday Turkey and Stuffing Panini (review) - Sliced turkey breast, cranberry cornbread stuffing, turkey gravy, served on toasted focaccia.

Carved Ham, Egg and Swiss Breakfast Sandwich - Carved maple-glazed ham, Swiss cheese, and egg on a warm croissant bun.

- Cranberry Bliss Bar (review) - A blondie topped with sweet cream cheese icing, dried cranberries and white orange drizzle.

- Gingerbread Loaf - Spiced cake with candied ginger topped with vanilla icing (with a hint of orange).

- Snowman Cookie - Shortbread cooking decorated to look like a snowman.

- Snowman Cake Pop - Vanilla cake mixed with vanilla icing covered in white chocolaty coating and decorated to look like a snowman head.

Photo via Starbucks.

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