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    Star Starbucks Complimentary Tea & Food Jan 13 @ 2pm

    Try Our New Tea Beverages For Only $2.00.

    Come in and try our new Tazo(R) Tea Lattes - exotic teas and
    botanicals with steamed milk, slightly sweetened for a luscious,
    soothing experience. Between January 6-18, Starbucks Card Rewards
    members can enjoy any tall tea latte for just $2 when they use their
    registered Starbucks Card.


    And don't forget to join us at your local store on Tuesday, January
    13 at 2 p.m. for a TeaTime event with complimentary tea and food


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    Heart Teatime at Starbucks on Tuesday, 1/13 at 2pm.

    Teatime at Starbucks on Tuesday, 1/13 at 2pm.
    Complimentary tea and food samples.

    Starbucks introduction of the new Full Leaf Tazo® Tea Lattes and Tazo® Tea Infusions is a continuation of the company’s commitment to offering better-for-you options. Most of the tea offerings are less than 200 calories for a tall size (12 fl oz) and most provide more antioxidants than an 8-ounce glass of orange juice, which are essential to protecting the body’s immune system.

    Starbucks new Full Leaf Tazo® Tea Lattes are our first handcrafted tea offerings to use full-leaf tea bags in our stores, allowing customers to steep to their own taste preferences. Starbucks Tea Lattes are made from a soothing combination of steamed milk and Tazo® tea and are available in three new varieties:
    • Black Tea Latte, a bold, invigorating combination of black tea and freshly steamed milk;
    • Vanilla Rooibos Latte, a naturally caffeine-free infusion of botanicals that unites South African rooibos (ROY’-bus), Tahitian vanilla, sweet spices and freshly steamed milk;
    • London Fog Latte, an intriguing blend of black tea, citrusy bergamot, French lavender, vanilla and freshly steamed milk.
    Customers seeking a calcium boost can enjoy a new tea latte this winter, as a tall size offering contains 20 percent of the recommended daily calcium intake.

    Starbucks Tazo® Tea Infusions are the perfect winter pick-me-up. A handcrafted combination of premium Tazo® black chai tea lightly steamed with fruit juices, these non-dairy beverages are available in two varieties:
    • Berry Chai Infusion, a blend of aronia berry and black currant juices steamed with black tea and sweet, exotic spices like cinnamon, cardamom and cloves;
    • Apple Chai Infusion, a blend of apple juice steamed with black tea and sweet spices.
    For a refreshingly cool treat, customers can customize the new Starbucks Tazo® Tea Infusions by having them served over ice.

    “Tea has always been an integral part of Starbucks coffeehouse culture and winter is the perfect time to emphasize tea,” said Michelle Gass, executive vice president, marketing and category for Starbucks. “In fact, tea is the most consumed beverage around the world and represents one in ten beverages consumed in our stores. The same way we transformed American coffee culture, we want to deliver an exceptional tea experience for customers with our new Tazo Tea Lattes and Tea Infusions.”

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