Starbucks adds new Frappuccino, food options to menu for spring

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NEW YORK —Starbucks is “springing” into the new season by with a new Frappucino flavor and food collection it is adding to the menu.

On Tuesday, the caramelized honey latte will be available at all U.S. Starbucks locations, the coffee chain announced in a press release Monday.

Starbucks adds the caramelized honey latte to its menu for spring. (Starbucks)

Starbucks adds the caramelized honey latte to its menu for spring. (Starbucks)

“The caramel honey sauce is slowly kettle-cooked to develop a rich, caramelized flavor that stands up to our signature Starbucks espresso,” Christal Canzler from Starbucks beverage development team said.

The Caramelized Honey Latte can be enjoyed hot, cold or as a Frappuccino, which Starbucks developers said is what they are “most excited about” with the new addition.

The drink will be available for a limited time only.

Just last week, Starbucks offered the Cherry Blossom Frappuccino to customers for five days only.

Some spring favorites are also returning to the menu. Teavana shaken mango black tea lemonade will be available and the Cold Brew will be making its way stares in the northeast and mid-Atlantic.

The Southwest-Style Steak Wrap will be available at all U.S. locations starting Tuesday. (Starbucks)

The Southwest-Style Steak Wrap will be available at all U.S. locations starting Tuesday. (Starbucks)

For food, Starbucks is serving a new Southwest-style steak wrap starting Tuesday. It’s made with “grilled fajita steak tossed in a chimichurri sauce with fire roasted corn, peppers, jicama, lettuce, and a black bean spread in a sweet potato tortilla.”

On the sweet side, there will be four new pastries, including a chocolate marble loaf cake and apple fritter.

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