Starbucks Holiday Drinks Are Officially Coming Out In Ontario This Week

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Starbucks Holiday Drinks Are Officially Coming Out In Ontario This Week

Hold on to your Santa hats, Ontario! Starbucks' holiday drinks are about to make a delicious return.

Starting this week, you can indulge in all of those decadent festive flavours that you know and love.

Starbucks tells Narcity that "the beloved Peppermint Mocha will return this week for its 18th year alongside the holiday menu."

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So, if you’re ready for a cup of Christmas cheer, you won't have to wait much longer for these classic holiday drinks.

And if you’re looking for a scenic backdrop for your holiday sipping, you can take a trip to this tiny village near Toronto that is prettier than a postcard.

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