Starbucks Now Has Spring Cups, and One Looks Kind of Familiar

Starbucks Now Has Spring Cups, and One Looks Kind of Familiar

Bright solid colors adorn the designs of the cup, leaving one white circular gap that users, or the barista, can draw characters or pictures on. For a limited time, the coffee giant will offer cups with vibrant blue, yellow and green backdrops with designs such as a happy sun, an umbrella, that all look a bit like the Twitter egg.

You can get the new cups for no extra charge for a limited time only starting March 16 at Starbucks stores across the United States and Canada.

After a long winter, Starbucks is flinging into spring with its new line of spring cups.

- Seasonal coffee cup lovers have something new to collect. Starbucks has introduced spring-themed hot beverage cups.

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Pretty in pastel: Starbucks rolls out special cups for spring.

Indeed. Right now, it's hard to imagine ever getting sick of summer, but just think how excited people are to see those PSLs coming out at the end of - gasp - August.

What that said, those who look forward to red cup season will definitely appreciate the colors.

No fair! Autumn Starbucks cups have been around for years. It first started offering seasonal cups over 20 years ago with its holiday ones.