But if we know anything about Starbucks drinkers, it's that they are addicted to their daily venti iced coffees.
The gourmet coffee and tea giant is reportedly trying out its newest creation: coffee ice cubes.
For an extra 80 cents, you won't have to worry about your Starbucks coffee getting watered down.
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Of course, considering Starbucks drinks already cost a small fortune before adding 80 cent ice cubes, you still might be more inclined to simply make them yourself at home. Some intrepid redditors have been opting to add the ice to their Frappuccinos, creating a stronger coffee-based drink.
Think coffee ice will become a permanent menu staple?
Nothing kills a buzz faster than watered-down iced coffee on a hot summer day.
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"It's one of several tests going on", the rep said, adding that the chain would collect feedback from both customers and baristas when considering expansion of the ice cubes. Starbucks is testing coffee ice cubes at select locations in St. Louis and Baltimore. For those individuals, coffee ice will be the gift that keeps on giving.
This is not the first time that Starbucks Corporation has suggested coffee ice cubes to its customers.
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