This New Starbucks Drink Uses Fruit and Has a Subtly Sweet Flavor

By: Riley von Niessen - Jan 9, 2017
References: starbucks & news.starbucks
The 'Cascara Latte' is a new Starbucks drink that spotlights the flavor of coffee cherries -- the fruit that the roasted beans most people associate with caffeine come from.

It's reported that the latte was inspired by the Starbucks Reserve Roaster in Seattle. With the specialty beverage set to launch in the US on January 10th, consumers will be able to purchase the new Starbucks drink for a limited time only, as it will only be offered over the course of the witter while supplies lasts.

With sweet flavor notes that come from the brand's use of fruit in its concoction, the new Starbucks drink has a multi-dimensional taste that's not too overwhelming. The latte also uses foamy steamed milk and cascara syrup, which provides it with more natural flavor.