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Starbucks Launches New Caramel Flan Latte, Starbucks VIA Lattes

Starbucks Coffee Co. (SBUX) Tuesday announced the launch of the new handcrafted Starbucks Caramel Flan Latte and Starbucks VIA Lattes in Starbucks stores across the U.S. and Canada.

The company noted that starting today for a limited-time, the new Starbucks Caramel Flan Latte, an espresso beverage inspired by the deliciously popular dessert, will be available. This beverage combines Starbucks signature Espresso Roast, freshly steamed milk and rich flan flavored syrup, topped with a caramel infused whipped cream and a soft layer of caramelized sugar drizzle.

The company added that Caramel Flan Latte is now available to customers nationwide and can be ordered hot, iced or as a Frappuccino blended beverage.

In addition, Starbucks VIA Vanilla Latte and Caffè Mocha, inspired by the two popular handcrafted Starbucks beverages, are now available.

Starbucks VIA Lattes are available at participating Starbucks locations in the U.S. and Canada and on starbucksstore.com at $6.95 for 4 ct-pack, with nationwide grocery availability by spring at $7.99 for 5 ct-pack.

The company also announced the return of Guatemala Casi Cielo, meaning "almost heaven," a rich and elegant coffee with smooth, balancing lemony acidity and hints of dark cocoa, for a limited-time in whole bean, K-Cup packs and Verismo pods at participating Starbucks retail store.

by RTT Staff Writer

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