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Meng Fei Shen

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When the orange, red, and yellow leaves approach a crunchy, brown color, the end of autumn is probably nearing, but not in Florida. The sunshine still blasts through car windows and palm trees stand with green leaves, like always. Despite the never-ending summers of Florida, residents are still able to experience the cozy, winter sensation through traditional Starbucks drinks that are sure to fulfill their winter cravings.

1. Salted Caramel Mocha

Sweet, salty, sweet, salty…which do I want more? For those ponderers who enjoy the “all of the above” choice, the salted caramel mocha provides you the entire package with a blend of espresso and steamed milk, topped with whipped cream, and drizzled with salt. Enjoy this beverage in Frappuccino form to ice up Florida’s warm winters.

2. Gingerbread Latte

Run, run, as fast as you can, you can’t catch me ’cause I’m the gingerbread man! Well, not anymore, this latte captures the gingerbread man and disseminates this spicy holiday flavor throughout the drink. Sit down with some family and friends and this beverage will definitely evoke some exciting childhood memories.

3. Caramel Brulee Latte

Dating back to 1691, the caramel brulee latte, new to Starbucks, has been a popular drink for centuries. The tasty blend of expresso and steamed milk flavored with sweetly indulging caramel brulee sauce is finished with a white hat of whipped cream and caramel brulee topping.

 

What’s your favorite Starbucks drink? Comment below and share the beverages that compliment your cozy winters.

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