The holiday-heavy promotional campaign for the new seasonal cups seems to be in direct correlation to the backlash Starbucks received when its overly-simplistic design in 2015 was deemed not festive enough by customers. Taking a cue from customers who had been using their cups as a canvas, previous year Starbucks red cups featured 13 different designs created by customers. Taking a cue from customers who had been using their cups as a canvas, a year ago Starbucks red cups 13 different designs created by customers. "We love the idea of everyone making this year's cup their own", said Starbucks's executive creative director Leanne Fremar. Don't love red and green?
According to the Starbucks press release the company has marked the arrival of the holidays with specially designed red cups since 1997, becoming a symbol itself of the season.
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In 2017, for the first time in memory, the cups aren't red.
Starbucks' holiday cups are back. The change in seasons also means there are winter drinks on Starbucks menus: peppermint mocha, chestnut praline latte and caramel brulee latte.
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Starbucks lovers, if you want in on this limited edition design, get yourselves to a coffee counter STAT.
The sleeve for hot drinks reads "Give Good".
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The coffee empire unveiled its coloring book-inspired cup on Wednesday that invites patrons to further the design themselves. The cup, Starbucks' executive creative director Leanne Fremar said in a press release, is like a coloring book, "intentionally created to encourage our customers to add their own color and illustrations". "The holidays are a time to celebrate all the good we give to each other and our community", Fremar said.