Starbucks Holiday Cups 2018 – Starbucks has presented at the unofficial start of the holiday season by launching its festive red wine glasses, which this year included several new additions.
Along with colorful lights and Christmas trees, a sign that the holiday season has begun is the ubiquitous view of the Starbucks cups that are brought throughout North America.
Elements of the design elements of this year’s mug from previous holidays, and include striped cups in various colors red-blueberry and red poppy – to awaken ribbons and gifts; Flora, with ripe red cherries replaces the traditional holly and ivy; Retro red and white crow’s feet; and Stargyle green and white.
As of Friday, November 2, the US Starbucks stores UU And Canada will celebrate six seasonal drinks: mocha mint (which returns for year 16)! Gingerbread Latte, and Eggnog Latte. All Christmas drinks will be available in the form of heat, ice and as a Frappuccino mixed drink, if you are not ready to deliver your cold coffee.
Of course, like every year, hot drinks for a limited time will be served in a new selection of themed party cups. “We started (this season) analyzing the past,” Kristy Cameron of Starbucks Creative Studio said in a statement.
Using images from ancient Starbucks designs from the past, including stars, coffee cherries and flames that evoke the heat of the season, designers add new visual twists to vintage patterns (such as argyle), as well as classic nostalgic colors and green mint. The end result is four cup designs this year: Stripes, Flora, Houndstooth Espresso and Stargyle.
At first, the glasses were harmless, which offered consumers a lively way to enjoy their favorite sweet drinks, and sometimes drinks. But in recent years, observing a series of seasonal design options from Starbucks sparked a controversy that has become a Christmas tradition in itself.
In 2015, for example, the company introduced a festive red-colored cup, ending a series of designs featuring more explicit holiday symbols, such as ornaments and deer, dating back to 1997. By presenting minimalist cups, Starbucks vice president Jeffrey Fields said it was a way to “deliver a holiday with a pure design that welcomes all our stories.”
However, the biggest story came shortly after, when Joshua Feuerstein, a self-described evangelist, published the already famous Facebook tirade, rejected the design options of the coffee chain. He exclaimed in the video: “Do you realize that Starbucks wants to take Christ and Christmas out of their new cups? That’s why they are simply red!”
Feuerstein is not alone in his anger. In the same year, in a campaign, candidate Donald Trump also criticized the cup, showing that there was no “Merry Christmas” at Starbucks. Nothing else “.
“Maybe we should boycott Starbucks