Starbucks Unveils New Drink Made From The Waste Of A Coffee Plant
That sounds... not very yummy. But, it might be! The new "Cascara Latte" is made of the cherries that a coffee bean grows inside of. Typically, the cherries are thrown away when the coffee beans are collected, but Starbucks has found a way to turn them into syrup flavors that give the espresso drink a sweet by not too-sugary finish.
The latte is available now, and beginning tomorrow (January 10th) new Sous Vide Egg Bites will be added to the menu. The creamy egg bites are sold in packs of two in come in two flavors: Bacon & Gruyere, and Egg White & Roasted Pepper.
I remain a Starbucks cheater: I drink their coffee every day, but I buy it in the store so I get like a month's worth for six or seven dollars. But maybe that's just me!