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!
by Janellegems 6 years ago
Other than Starbucks, what is your favorite place to get a cup of coffee?Mine is Dunkin Donuts.
by KaisaJordan 12 years ago
How do you prepare a good cup of coffee at home?A cup of coffee made at home, but as good as starbuck coffee.
by Kelly Kline Burnett 12 years ago
Trying to live frugally I have tried to use my Keurig machine in a frugal manner and squeeze a second cup of coffee out of the K-Cup. I have found the second cup of tea tastes great but the coffee on the second try is horrible.Have you tried this?Is this enough money for you to switch to tea over...
by Tanya Jones 8 years ago
So, went out to the dairy yesterday and they'd sold out of fresh milk by the time I got there. Thought I'd get a small bit of milk at the grocery to tide me over until the next time I go out there. I saw that the eggnog is out earlier this year, so I picked up a quart of it and am trying it in my...
by PaulStaley1 11 years ago
If your coffee is overfilled at Starbucks, no room for cream, do you throw the excess in the trash?
by Meshack Bwoyele Keya 9 years ago
I wrote a hub on 03/31/14 but upto now it is still pending.It has not been published yet.The hub is entitled, ' How To Cure Amebiasis At Home'.When I checked for violations I found non.What can be the problem?
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