Starbucks unveils new pastel-colored cups for spring

Starbucks unveils new pastel-colored cups for spring

Starbucks unveils new pastel-colored cups for spring

- amber whitten (@ambersometimez) March 9, 2017@Starbucksnews @Starbucks I ❤️ the new #SpringCups...

This is the first time Starbucks have ever pulled away from their white and green cups besides from their red cups for the festive season.

This is hardly Starbucks first run of seasonally themed cups.

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The hot drink cups come in three "cheerful" pastel colors: turquoise, yellow and light green.

And seriously these cups are simply perfection. If you'd like to Sharpie in your own design (or distract from the fact your name got spelled wrong yet again), each cup also comes with a blank white drawing space. Just think of how good they are going to look on Instagram.

The cups will be available on March 16, which is just before the official start of spring on March 20.

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Starbucks have always offered seasonal cups, with the Christmas cups being hailed as a sign of the imminent festivities.

"After the gray days of winter, there's nothing quite like those first few bursts of color that indicate the arrival of springtime", reads the Starbucks press release. The tradition expanded over the years to include others seasons as well, such as autumn and summer.

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