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Starbucks reveals spring themed cups

Starbucks reveals spring themed cups

For the Starbucks faithful, this news has been met with excitement and some people think they are very cute.

In a first for the Seattle-based coffee giant, spring-themed cups will be made available for hot beverages at all US locations beginning March 16.

This is hardly Starbucks first run of seasonally themed cups.

There are three colors featured: yellow, green and blue.

And seriously these cups are simply perfection. Customers will notice they do not feature the Starbucks logo. These limited-edition brightly-colored cups will signal the arrival of the warmer months, and perhaps a foray into "iced coffee season".

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

The extra-cheerful cups will be available starting next Thursday for just a limited time. Over the years, Starbucks has also served cups celebrating fall and summer.

Starbucks have always offered seasonal cups, with the Christmas cups being hailed as a sign of the imminent festivities.

Spring officially arrives March 20, but Starbucks is hoping to bring a little sunshine to its customers' days before that.

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