This Toronto Starbucks Has Top-Secret Ice Cream Drinks & It’s The Only Spot In Ontario

Only two stores in Canada offer it!

Toronto Staff Writer
Starbucks Ice Cream Drinks In Toronto Are At One Location

If you're a Starbucks coffee fanatic and an ice cream lover, these top-secret drinks may push you over the edge.

Starbucks Reserve locations are offering Cold Brew Floats, a traditional cold brew topped with a generous scoop of vanilla ice cream, and Classic Affogato made with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and two shots of espresso.

Canada is home to two Starbucks Reserve locations, one in British Colombia on Granville and Pender and one right here in Ontario.

The Don Mills and Lawrence Starbucks Reserve in North York is the only place in Ontario you can try Starbucks' creamy concoctions.

A grande size of the coffee and Cold Brew Float will cost you $8.50, and the Classic Affogato is $7.50.

You also get bragging rights for trying one of Starbucks' most exclusive drinks.

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