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Starbucks Canada New Drinks: Only One Of The 3 Is A Permanent Menu Item

There are new Starbucks Canada drinks available for you to sip on but only one of them will be staying on the menu permanently.

As of January 5, there are three brand new beverages that you can order including a non-dairy option and seasonal flavours.

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January 5 when the new Starbucks drinks became available

The menu at Starbucks Canada features the Honey Oat Latte, the Pistachio Latte and the Pistachio Frappuccino.

While the pistachio flavoured drinks are available for a limited time only, the oat milk latte is sticking around.

It's officially a permanent menu item.

The Honey Oat Latte combines Starbucks Blonde Espresso, oat beverage and honey, then is finished off with a toasted honey topping.

It joins the Honey Almond Flat White as another dairy-free option that you can get year-round.

In the fall of 2020, Starbucks introduced oat milk which allowed people to customize their drinks.

If you're looking for another non-dairy option, Tim Hortons added almond milk to the menu in 2020 and you can get it in your coffee.

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