Published: Fri, May 19, 2017
Health Care | By Oscar Goodwin

Starbucks testing coffee ice cubes in St. Louis stores

Starbucks testing coffee ice cubes in St. Louis stores

For now, customers at these participating stores can add the cubes to any iced drink for an 80-cent up-charge. But the chain is working to expand its cold-beverage options, with drinks like Nitro cold brew and a California test of affogato, an espresso-ice-cream mashup.

So far, they're only available in a small number of Starbucks - the franchise had 12,711 stores as of October, and most are not located in either St. Louis or Baltimore. Enter Starbucks and its not-so-new-yet-perfect solution: Coffee ice.

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Of course, it'll come at a price: an additional 80 cents per drink.

Being that the coffee ice cubes are only in the testing phase, the company hasn't made an official announcement about them.

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The release is part of a limited-time test, running up to 8 weeks.

This is not the first time that Starbucks Corporation has suggested coffee ice cubes to its customers.

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"It's one of several tests going on", Shafer told ABC News.

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