Starbucks Coffee Creamers Are Coming to Your Kitchen This August

This line of Starbucks coffee creamers will soon be at grocery stores. It's time to make Starbucks-inspired drinks in our kitchens!

Starbucks is a staple in any coffee lover’s life. The beloved coffee empire is a reliable and convenient way to get your caffeine fix, any way you like it. But in an ideal world, you wouldn’t have to leave the house for your caramel macchiato.

Next month, Starbucks coffee creamers are coming to grocery stores near you. Now, you can feel the warm embrace of Starbucks in the comfort of your own home!

What flavors will I be able to get?

Starbucks really delivered in the flavor department. The three creamers that will be sold are all inspired by Starbucks classics:

  • Cinnamon Dolce Latte
  • White Chocolate Mocha
  • Caramel Macchiato

That means that you can enhance your perfectly brewed morning coffee with a sweet Starbucks purchase. I seriously recommend adding the new creamers to our Test Kitchen’s cold brew recipe, too.

See how Starbucks’ popular Pike Place blend performed in our coffee brands taste test.

Where can I buy the Starbucks creamers?

Starting in August, the new Starbucks creamers will be sold wherever you do your grocery shopping. Just check the refrigerator section. You can expect them to be sold for around $5—about the price of a grande latte in the coffee shop itself.

How to create a Starbucks experience at home

Between the Starbucks creamers, the Starbucks Pairings coffee line that launched last month and all the Starbucks copycat recipes floating around, it’s not hard to turn your kitchen into a personal Starbucks. You can have all kinds of coffee drinks in your comfy pajamas.

Of course, that doesn’t stop us from wanting to visit this fancy Starbucks Reserve Roastery. Now there’s a good coffee run!

Serve your coffee with a breakfast pastry
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Zoe Grossinger
Zoe is a Northwestern University journalism major who is passionate about all things food, fashion and fun! On campus, she is a contributor to North by Northwestern magazine and Her Campus, and serves as the Creative Digital Director for STITCH Fashion Magazine.