Starbucks is rolling out the GINORMOUS cup of coffee in 14 states. It's a 31-oz JUG of COFFEE! ...
Could you drink it?
I dont think I would. To me it is just another way for Starbucks to increase their income by charging more and making the margin between ounces and cost.
I love my coffee and I hardly spurge buying from starbucks wow exspensive. My issue with a coffee this big is cost and to tell you the truth even with the grande I could never fully enjoy it. That big of a coffee gets cold fast and that ruins a good cup of joe!
YES!! A lot of times I order two Venti Black Tea Lemonades and finish both by mid afternoon! The new 31 oz Trenta will be my best friend and keep me company all day!!! Can't wait!
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