You're In for a Treat With Starbucks' New Butterscotch Latte

Try a new drink for the new year!

Starbucks Butterscotch Latte
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(SPOT.ph) A latte from Starbucks never fails to shake us back into life when we're feeling worn out on a work day, or we're just hankering for something sweet and creamy. Sometimes, though, we find ourselves looking for a latte with a more one-of-a-kind flavor profile—and if you think you've tried them all as far as alternative coffee flavors go, wait until you try this upcoming treat from Starbucks: They will be launching the Smoked Butterscotch Latte!

Starbucks Butterscotch Latte
The Smoked Butterscotch Latte might just be your next go-to at Starbucks!
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Starbucks Butterscotch Latte

The Smoked Butterscotch Latte has a lush smoked-butterscotch sauce mixed into Starbucks' signature espresso and steamed milk. Complementing its buttery, brown-sugary profile is a sprinkling of Turkish coffee grounds—and we don't know about you, but we're intrigued! It's available hot, iced, or blended at P180 for a Tall cup, P195 for a Grande cup, and P210 for a Venti cup.

Starbucks Butterscotch Latte
You can get it iced or blended, too.
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If you're more for tea than coffee, you'll be happy to know that Starbucks is also coming out with the Manuka Honey Ginger Black Tea (P175/Tall, P190/Grande, P205/Venti; available hot or iced). This drink has Starbucks' signature English Breakfast Tea, New Zealand Manuka Honey, chunks of zingy Taiwanese ginger, and swirls of a honey-ginger sauce for a warm and invigorating profile. 

Starbucks Butterscotch Latte
Prefer an invigorating sip? Go for the Manuka Honey Ginger Black Tea!
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These drinks will be available only for a limited time starting January 5. You can also order them through GrabFood—just note that prices may vary.

Starbucks is an American coffee chain that was established in the '70s. They came to the Philippines in 1997, bringing with them their signature coffee drinks and pastries, and have been a favorite among Filipinos ever since. Other bestsellers at Starbucks are the Caramel Macchiato and Mocha Frappuccino.

Starbucks has branches at Matalino Street, Teacher's Village, Quezon City and 6750 Ayala Avenue, Makati City. See a list of Starbucks branches. For delivery orders, find Starbucks on GrabFood. For more information, check out Starbucks Philippines' Facebook page.

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