You Can Now Get Your Starbucks Latte With Oat Milk

Try your favorite drinks with this plant-based milk alternative.

(SPOT.ph) Maybe you can't take dairy, are avoiding animal products, or are just in search of something different to go with your a.m. coffee. Enter oat milk—the plant-based "milk" made with oats, which we've been seeing just about everywhere lately. It has a distinctly nutty flavor and creaminess that balances out the robustness of coffee wonderfully, and the good news is, Starbucks now offers oat milk as a milk alternative to their milk-based beverages!

You can sub the oat milk into drinks like the Cappuccino (P140/tall, P155/grande, P170/venti), Caffe Latte (P140/tall, P155/grande, P170/venti), and Caramel Macchiato (P165/tall, P180/grande, P195/venti) for an additional P60. This option is available at all Starbucks stores.

Starbucks is an American coffee chain that first opened in Seattle in 1971, and came to the Philippines in 1997. Just some of their other bestsellers are the Mocha Frappuccino and White Chocolate Mocha, but don't miss their underrated hits like the Double Chocolate Pecan Bar—one of our favorite brownies in Manila—and Cold Foam Iced Espresso.

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The Mocha Frappuccino is one of Starbucks' most popular drinks.
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Starbucks has branches at Matalino Street, Teacher's Village, Quezon City and 6750 Ayala Avenue, Makati City. See a list of Starbucks branches. For more information, check out Starbucks Philippines' Facebook page.

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