Starbucks testing coffee-flavored ice cubes


Select Starbucks locations in the U.S. have begun testing a new offering for customers in two states.

>> Read more trending news

According to CNN, the coffee chain will offer coffee ice cubes to customers who request them in cold drinks.

The new ice cube option is only available in St. Louis and Baltimore locations while the company sees how customers will respond to the offering.

>> Related: Starbucks being sued for too much ice in drinks

Starbucks spokeswoman Holly Shafer said 100 stores will offer the cubes for the next eight weeks.

>> Related: Starbucks locations to begin serving ice cream treat

Each drink with the customized cubes will cost an extra 80 cents.  

The cubes can be added to iced espresso or brewed coffee drinks, CNN reported.

>> Related: Move over, Unicorn Frappuccino; here's Starbucks' Dragon Frappe


Reader Comments ...


Next Up in Nation & World

Report: Dog bites 3-year-old at Florida restaurant
Report: Dog bites 3-year-old at Florida restaurant

A family visiting from Louisville, Kentucky, said their 3-year-old son was badly bitten by a dog at a Neptune Beach, Florida, restaurant Wednesday. The boy had a cut on his lip and scratches on his face after the dog bit him at Craft Pizza Co. on July 19. The owner confirmed that the boy was on the outside patio when the dog bit him. A family member...
'My Friend Cayla' doll could give strangers access to your child, investigation finds
'My Friend Cayla' doll could give strangers access to your child, investigation finds

The “My Friend Cayla" doll gives anyone with a Bluetooth-enabled phone access to your child — and consumer groups want the federal government to pull the popular toy from store shelves. Using an app, parents can have entire conversations with their children through the doll — but so could strangers. That's why some people say...
Snopes.com co-founder pleas for help, says the website may shut down for good
Snopes.com co-founder pleas for help, says the website may shut down for good

Snopes.com, which bills itself as “one of the Internet’s oldest and most popular fact-checking sites,” is in dire financial straits and hopes to raise $500,000 it says is needed to keep the site afloat, according to a GoFundMe linked to by Snopes. Snopes’ GoFundMe says the site has been “cut off from our historic source...
Dog dies after being left in car in nylon bag while owner cleaned condos
Dog dies after being left in car in nylon bag while owner cleaned condos

A dog died after being left in a hot car while its owner cleaned condos on Saturday afternoon. Angela Delandra Rogers, 29, of Banks, Alabama, left her 2-year-old Chihuahua in a nylon bag inside her 2014 Chevrolet Captiva while cleaning condos at the Calypso Condominiums in Panama City Beach,  according to the Panama City News Herald. AL.com...
NFL player uses Heimlich maneuver to save man’s life in airport
NFL player uses Heimlich maneuver to save man’s life in airport

Chicago Bears linebacker and former Indianapolis Colt Jerrell Freeman found himself in a serious situation Sunday.  According to the Chicago Tribune, Freeman was eating at a restaurant in Austin’s Bergstrom International Airport when Freeman saw a man in distress.  He performed the Heimlich maneuver twice on a man that was...
More Stories