Starbucks customers can now buy TWO iced cold brew coffees for the price of one (but you’ll have to be quick)

  • The offer is on until April 28 between 2pm and 5pm 
  • You can buy a Cold Brew, Cold Brew Latte or Cold Foam Iced Cappuccino
  • Cold Brew coffee is made by steeping coffee beans in cold water for 20 hours 

Buying a coffee from Starbucks is a treat, not least because it can cost up to up to £4 for just one drink.

But enjoying an iced beverage from the chain will be a little easier on the purse for the next two days as customers can buy two cold brew coffees for the price of one.

The offer, which lasts until April 28, is to mark the launch of the coffee shop giant’s new cold brew latte, which joins its cold brew coffee and cold foam iced cappuccino on its spring menu.

You can buy one cold brew drink and get another free today and tomorrow at Starbucks

The offer is available between 2pm and 5pm on April 27 and 28 at all stores in Great Britain. 

Starbucks launched more flavours of its Cold Brew coffees into the UK last year after the success of its 26-calorie Nitro Cold Brew.

Cold brew coffee differs from iced coffee as it is coffee that has been brewed by steeping beans in cold water for 20 hours or more, rather than coffee brewed in hot water which has been left to cool. 

The offer is only available in Great Britain so is not for customers in Northern Ireland

Starbucks cold brew drinks

Cold Brew – £2.60 

Cold Brew Latte – £2.80 

Nitro Cold Brew – £3.30 

Nitro with Cold Foam – £3.50

Nitro with Caramel Cold Foam – £3.70 

Cold Foam Iced Cappuccino – £2.90

(Tall sizes) 

The chain has launched another new drink for the spring menu: a Cold Brew Latte, which is made with extra milk.

It has also renamed its Cappuccino Freddo as a Cold Foam Iced Cappuccino.  

Customers can buy any one of these drinks, or a Cold Brew, and get another free for a friend.

Unfortunately the offer is not available for customers in Northern Ireland. 

Starbucks has also today revealed that there has been a 150 per cent increase in people bringing in reusable cups since the chain introduced a 5p cup charge in the first six weeks of a three-month trial.

Reusable cup usage has increased by 156.6 per cent in the trial stores in a 5p paper cup charge in 35 stores across the City, West End, and west London, measured by the number of customers redeeming the 25p reusable cup discount. 

The chain will also trial biodegradable straws in 54 UK stores from May onwards.

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